THE combination of declining milk prices and record-high cheese stocks has left many dairy farmers struggling and looking for help. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has offered some in recent weeks, but more help is being sought.
Global dairy demand has sagged in the past two years due primarily to a reduction in purchases by China and Russia. Meanwhile, a global rise in milk production — particularly in Europe, where production quotas were remov
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