The Most-Read MILK Stories In 2018
At least two dozen producers who ship milk to Dean Foods in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and Ohio were told they have until May 31, 2018 to find a new home for their milk.
President Trump’s tweet has farmers across the country on fire. Here’s what you need to know.
An aid package available to farmers was introduced earlier this summer as a way to offset any damaging effects stemming from ongoing tariff disputes.
Nation’s second largest milk processor cites too much supply and not enough demand.
More harm than good will come from boycotting Walmart. Let me explain why.
Across the country dairy farmers continue to struggle with low milk prices.
The low, slow grind of milk prices over the past two years has many farms struggling to survive.
Growing production and strapped processing capacity are biggest challenges moving forward.
A Missouri news station reports PETA is now marketing milk as “a symbol of white supremacy.”
A dairy farm employee charged with the kidnapping and murder of Mollie Tibbetts used another person’s identity and documentation to gain employment.