cow fodder is a term used to describe a type of animal feed that contains the proteins from cow, sheep and goats.
Dairy cows and dairy products are the largest producers of animal protein in the world, but they also produce meat and dairy cheese, which are among the most popular dishes in the UK.
But while meat and cheeses are widely consumed in the British diet, they also contain a high proportion of fats and sugar.
A recent study in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface showed that the amount of fats in cheese and meat are linked to a lower chance of developing type 2 diabetes.
This is because these fats have been linked to inflammation, which can lead to type 2 disease, the main cause of diabetes.
But it is unclear whether the same is true of dairy.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2016 suggested that dairy products may have lower fat content than meat.
Researchers compared the fats in cheeses and milk with those in meat and milk, and found that cheese fats had more saturated fats and cholesterol than did milk fats.
It is thought that the dairy industry is increasing its use of fats to reduce the risk of type 2.
Other research has also linked dairy products to lower rates of colorectal cancer.
The dairy industry has been criticised for using antibiotics in animal feed, which has led to an increase in antibiotic-resistant infections in cows.
And although the UK is one of the countries with the highest rates of childhood obesity, research suggests that this is a result of a lack of milk and dairy consumption.