“Got milk?” is getting to be a difficult question when it comes to organic.
For the second straight month, milk output has risen slightly in Wisconsin and held steady in Minnesota.
Milk production has improved modestly in Wisconsin, and Minnesota has reversed a short-term slide by holding about even.
Got milk? You’re probably paying a lot more for it than last year. WCCO tracked the price for more than a month and discovered you could be paying twice as much depending on where you shop and what brand you buy.
Wisconsin’s dairy industry is continuing a modest turn-around in production, and Minnesota is inching closer to its own positive reversal.
Research suggests that mothers who breastfeed are helping their babies’ brain development.
A leading dairy farmers group is backing a proposed overhaul of federal milk policies after its creator agreed participation in a program limiting milk production in hard times would be voluntary.
Milk production has slowed down in Wisconsin and Minnesota, in part because dairy cows there haven’t been as productive.
Laurel Gordon of Washington state has been putting on a tiara to promote milk products the past two years as Grays Harbor County’s dairy ambassador.
The rate of milk production continues to slow in Wisconsin and Minnesota, even as other states show moderate improvement.
Milk production is picking up across the country, but not so much in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Even though several states are increasing their rate of milk production faster than Wisconsin is, the Dairy State remains firmly in the nation’s No. 2 spot.
Land O’Lakes isn’t a publicly traded company, nor is it a privately held corporation. It’s a co-operative, established 90 years ago by some 300 Minnesota farmers who had come up with a new way to make butter.
Although most milk-producing states had a good month last month, production lagged in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
State agriculture officials say more than 100 dairy farmers have called it quits so far this year.