You do you know where chocolate milk comes from, right? The seemingly insulting question is a valid query, as a good chunk of people are supposedly in the dark about where chocolate milk is sourced from. (Spoiler alert: It’s not brown cows.) The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy’s Undeniably Dairy, a group representing family dairy farmers, conducted a survey on a thousand participants to explore dairy consumption habits and beliefs. One of their findings was that a small but still surprisingly high portion of respondents (7 percent of those surveyed) believed chocolate-flavored milk come from brown cows. Meanwhile, 48 percent responded that they didn’t know the answer. OK we’ve all joked about it, especially here in the heart of dairy country, but really? Are people really that dense, or are they just not educated on the finer points of agriculture? And if they think chocolate milk comes from brown cows, where do they think strawberry milk comes from? And what color milk do you get from a black cow? It’s “udderly” silly, isn’t it?