Animals Rights Groups Call for Prosecution of Dairy Workers

"We are always looking for opportunities to improve our cow care," said Odell.

Last week, Denver-based Leprino Foods Co., which supplies cheese to the Domino's, Papa John's and Pizza Hut pizza chains, said it will stop using milk from Willet Dairy, given the treatment of cows shown in the undercover footage.

"We are no longer served by that dairy," Mike Reidy, a senior vice president of Leprino, told ABC News. Reidy said the decision was made the day after ABC News broadcast the footage.

"We take these issues seriously," said Reidy.

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