In this Sept. 24, 2012 photo, dairy cattle are milked on a farm near Reporoa, south of Auckland, New Zealand. For Shanghai Pengxin, the purchase of 13 dairy and three cattle and sheep farms in the area was an opportunity to expand its fledgling farming interests. Among those who can afford it, baby formula made with New Zealand milk is highly valued in China because it is seen as pure, particularly in light of the melamine scandal. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)

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In this Sept. 24, 2012 photo, dairy cattle are milked on a farm near Reporoa, south of Auckland, New Zealand. For Shanghai Pengxin, the purchase of 13 dairy and three cattle and sheep farms in the area was an opportunity to expand its fledgling farming interests. Among those who can afford it, baby formula made with New Zealand milk is highly valued in China because it is seen as pure, particularly in light of the melamine scandal. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
In this Sept. 24, 2012 photo, dairy cattle are milked on a farm near Reporoa, south of Auckland, New Zealand. For Shanghai Pengxin, the purchase of 13 dairy and three cattle and sheep farms in the area was an opportunity to expand its fledgling farming interests. Among those who can afford it, baby formula made with New Zealand milk is highly valued in China because it is seen as pure, particularly in light of the melamine scandal. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
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