DFA announces Michigan plant expansion

Cass City plant currently processes up to 3 million lb. of milk.

Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), the largest milk marketing cooperative in the U.S., recently announced plans to expand its Cass City, Mich., facility. The plant, constructed in 2013, currently processes up to 3 million lb. of milk into cream, condensed whole milk and condensed skim milk.

“When we made the initial investment in the Cass City plant, we were already considering its expansion,” said Greg Wickham, DFA chief financial officer. “The time is right for this continued invest

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