Dairy is a short film on the dairy industry seen through the lense of the first Argentine rural school for women in the country. Created in the image and likeness of French and Belgium domestic schools, the institution was founded in 1916 with the purpose of “rooting women to the land” and avoiding the exodus of rural families to the city. Drawing on the previous research for The Golden Age, this film continues to explore the intersection of rural work and female identity in the context of the Argentine pampas. Envisioned as a sequel to our inquiry on the cattle industry The Case of Meat, this new collaboration with Agustín Schang seeks to unveil a silenced story of “la cuenca lechera de Tandil”, where women played a fundamental role in fostering the practices that continue to define the region to today. Working through ideas of gender, class, and race in rural Argentina, this short film stands as a speculative narrative silenced within historical archives.