The diagram illustrates how milk is produced.

Overall, it can be seen that there are seven stages in the process. At the beginning, cows are kept in farm to produce milk and the final product is packaged milk displayed in the stores.

Initially, cows are fed and graze on the grass. After that, fresh milk of those cows is collected by milking machine before being stored by refregeration. Next, cool milk is delivered to Dairy, where it is pasteurized and then packaged. Finally, packaged milk is transported to shops and supermarkets to be distributed to customers. Besides, cheese, cream and butter are the additional products during the manufacturing process in Dairy.

The diagram illustrates the various stages of how milk is produced.

Overall, it can be seen that there are seven stages in the process, At the beginning, from milking the cows are kept in on the farm to producing and packaging the milk in dairies to, finally, displaying the and the final product is packaged milk displayed for sale in the stores.

Initially, cows, which are fed and graze on the grass in farms, are milked twice a day. After that, The fresh milk of those cows is collected by milking machines before being stored by in specialized refrigeration units/tanks. Next, the cool milk is delivered by truck to the dairy that same day, where it is pasteurized and the fat separated before the milk being then packaged. Finally, the packaged milk is transported to shops and supermarkets to be distributed sold to customers. Besides, cheese, cream and butter are the additional products during the manufacturing from the process in the dairy.

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teechrInitially, cows, which are fed and graze on the grass in farms, are milked twice a day.

How about:

"which are fed and grazed"?

No. Cows graze; they are not grazed.

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Do you mean that it can't be used as a transitive verb ?


Yes, that's possible. However, cattle are usually just left to graze by themselves, so I think "graze" works better in the above than "are grazed".