Dairy farmers use appeal of local milk to stay in business

11/13/2006 | Forbes

Wholesale milk costs are low, and dairy farmers in the high-rent mid-Hudson Valley area are seeking new ways to add appeal to their products and stay in business. Hudson Valley Fresh is a brand of milk from cows that have not been treated with rBST, and it typically travels fewer than 35 miles from the farm to the store. These details appeal to some consumers who are willing to pay a little more for a local product.

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