Dairy case managers may have another cause to celebrate this holiday season. Organic milk supplies are expected to finally improve — at least for a few months — beginning next spring. That's because stricter U.S. Department of Agriculture regulations related to dairy cow conversion went into effect in June 2006. As a result, many organic dairy operations that were on the fence about expansion or transition hit the ground running during the first half of this year. All of those cows that got ...
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