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  1. pffft), it announced yesterday that it will soon crack down on the use of the term “milk” as applied to non-dairy products such as soy, oat, hemp, and almond beverages. The somehow ...

  2. A lightning strike has damaged key equipment at a Maine dairy farm, and officials say they may lose thousands of gallons of milk. The Portland Press Herald reports lightning hit ...

  3. Global dairy prices dropped for the fourth time in a row at an auction early on Wednesday, weighed down by a poor showing for butter, but key products such as whole milk powder ...

  4. In a blow to plant-based milk enthusiasts, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Tuesday announced a crackdown on “standards of identity” for non-dairy milks.

  5. Over the past two decades school children, families and ice cream fans have toured the dairy through the visitor center and watched as dairy workers processed and bottled milk ...

  6. Twelve years ago, Terry Edge, in his mid 20s and descended from Wisconsin dairy farmers, turned his back on the family business and took a job in construction. Six months later he bought ...

  7. People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals, or more commonly known as PETA, has been fighting to stop the mistreatment of animals in the animal agricultural industry for quite some time now. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.

  8. There’s a lot to love about being a dairyman, but the highlight of Marc Duivenvoorden’s long days on his family farm in Cottonwood is when excited children run up to him, eager to take home ...

  9. Despite stubbornly low milk prices forcing some dairy farmers to pinch pennies just to scrape by and others to call it quits and sell off their cattle, Bryan Matthews tries to ...

  10. Soy and almond drinks that bill themselves as “milk” may need to consider alternative language after a top regulator suggested the agency may start cracking down on use of the term. FDA ...

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