LEBANON, Conn. - In a show of support for the state's dairy farmers, Connecticut shoppers are lapping up locally produced Farmer's Cow brand milk, paying up to 90 cents more per half gallon. "Farmer's Cow milk has been a very strong seller," said Robert Keane, spokesman for Quincy, Mass.-based Stop & Shop, which started offering the product seven months ago, right after it became available. "We know how much our customers value buying locally produced dairy and that's why it became such ...

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