Remember those milk filters I needed? A longtime Internet friend found me a deal!
Previously, I was going to get them here:
Sometimes is isn't what you know, but rather WHO you know.
We don't have the Farm-and-Fleet stores around here, but when Cliff's sister used to live in Wisconsin and we visited her, we saw them there.
A couple of people suggested I use coffee filters to strain milk, so I put one in my milk strainer and poured water through it. It was WAAAAY too slow, even with water. Some folks said they use muslin or other cloth, then wash and reuse, but I did not want to mess with that. I like the thick, multi-layered, sterile milk filters. Unless for some reason I decide to start milking on a daily basis, the 400 filters I ordered a few minutes ago will last me a long, long time.