1. World's Earliest Evidence Of Dairy Consumption Found, In Neolithic Age  IndianWeb2.com
  2. Neolithic Britons ate dairy 6,000 years ago, fossil tartar shows  Haaretz
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Researchers claim to have found the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption anywhere in the world, in the teeth of 6,000-year-old British farmers. TheResearchers claim to have found the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption anywhere in the world, in the teeth of 6,000-year-old British farmers. The

World's Earliest Evidence Of Dairy Consumption Found, In Neolithic Age | IndianWeb2.com

The earliest-ever direct evidence of milk consumption has been found, in Britain – though whether the Neolithic farmers could actually digest the dairy or were stoic about the results of eating it is not clear***

Neolithic Britons ate dairy 6,000 years ago, fossil tartar shows - Archaeology - Haaretz.com