Ongoing dairy trends revealed in the latest USDA dairy farm data are of no surprise to industry veterans. Ultimately, the report revealed a loss of 5.9% to the total number of dairy farms in the country, following the previous year’s drop of 6.4%. Wisconsin remains home to the most dairy farms in the nation at 5,920, followed by Pennsylvania with 4,940 dairies and New York with just over 3,000.

USDA began collecting this kind of data in 1992 when there were a whopping 131,509 dairy farms. Today? There’s just 26,290; a drop of 80%. However, in that same time frame, the total head of dairy cows has only fallen by 3%. Unsurprisingly, dairy herd size has grown 382% over the past 32 years.

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