About two dozen dairies have moved near the New Mexico cities of Clovis and Portales to supply milk to a cheese plant. The plant will consume 7 million gallons of milk each day. "We are at a point now in Roosevelt and Curry County were we've just about reached the saturation point. We can handle maybe one or two more [dairies] and that will be it," said Walter Bradley, director of government and industry relations for the Southwest Area of Dairy Farmers of America.

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