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Dairy costs

Record high milk prices forecasted

Employee Jim Welnhofer at Stewart's Shop #275 in Glenville on Thursday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Employee Jim Welnhofer at Stewart's Shop #275 in Glenville on Thursday.
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The price of milk has been rising since mid-2013, but analysts are warning it could reach a record high next month. Local retailers say they’re trying to keep prices stable to spare customers the sticker shock, but that may not be possible for long if demand for U.S. dairy products from countries like China continues at its current pace. A gallon of milk at your local grocery store could cost 10 percent to 20 percent ...


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