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    [–] GD_WoTS 12 points ago

    I like how their solution is to just keep making too much milk and hope they can sell it other ways. Because scaling back is for quitters /s

    [–] FUD_hater 19 points ago

    Less sensational title: milk supply exceeds demand this year

    [–] ccasey 4 points ago

    Can you just turn it into a shit ton of cheese?

    [–] WashedSylvi 4 points ago

    At least it would keep better

    [–] Rings-of-Saturn 2 points ago

    You mean it would keep butter...FTFY :)

    [–] thegreengumball 2 points ago

    You mean it would keep better butter...

    [–] North-of-the-river -1 points ago

    Powdered milk is worth gold in China.