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Recent dairy prices are declining, but it’s not just the increase in production that is to blame. Dairy experts think it’s a drop in demand. With restaurants returning to normal, there’s hope to see higher U.S. and export requests soon. Additional programs like school meals and the Food Box program, which accounts for up to 1.5% of production, generally ends in May and could be affecting the current numbers. View the dairy price dip for May and June now.


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