LOWER milk prices will take center stage in the outlook for the dairy industry for 2015.
Scott Brown, University of Missouri dairy economist, told Feedstuffs that two things that will lead to uncertainty and lower milk prices next year are weaker global dairy prices and growth in the U.S. milk supply.
"China will make a lot difference in whether 2015 ends up being more or less pessimistic for the ability of the U.S. t
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