Quad-City Times | Get groggy when the clock changes? So do cowsTonight's the night...
"When you move it back, those cows are holding that milk for an extra hour, so you can run into some health problems," he said.
... Michael Downing, who detailed the history of daylight-saving time in a 2005 book [Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time], says the U.S. government has misled Americans on the economic benefits of the time switch. The biggest beneficiaries of the spring clock change aren’t consumers but retailers. People shop more when there’s more light at night.
(Yes, this post is a rerun. And I'll keep saying it until we drop all this nonsense and Leave the Damn Clock Alone.))