MILK prices have tumbled in 2015 from the lofty levels they attained in 2014 with the additional domestic milk supplies and weak global demand for dairy products this year.
University of Missouri livestock economist Scott Brown said the record U.S. all-milk price of just more than $24/cwt. in 2014 will be difficult to repeat anytime in the near future.
"The record-setting level reached in 2014 was the result of extremely str
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