New York milk production from 1979 to 1989

a county and regional analysis
  • 29 Pages
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  • English

Dept. of Agricultural Economics, New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University , Ithaca, N.Y
Milk yield -- New York (State) -- Statis
Statementby Kevin E. Jack and Andrew M. Novakovic.
SeriesA.E. ext -- 91-21
ContributionsNovakovic, A. M. 1953-, Cornell University. Program on Dairy Markets and Policy, New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Dept. of Agricultural Economics.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 29 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22214977M

NEW YORK MILK PRODUCTION FROM TO A COUNTY AND REGIONAL ANALYSIS Introduction The s were a time of change for dairy farms in New York and elsewhere.

Major initiatives in national dairy policy, such as the New York milk production from 1979 to 1989 book Diversion Program and the Dairy Termination Program of the mids, and the record farm-level prices experienced in.

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Total U.S. milk production in was about billion pounds, about 45 percent more than in Live news, investigations, opinion, photos and video by the journalists of The New York Times from more than countries around the world. Subscribe for coverage of U.S. and international news.

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Milk production in and was just over billion pounds. Sincemilk production has trended upward more than billion pounds per year.

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The authorities order a curtain of secrecy and impose quarantine on all known contacts whilst embarking on a desperate search for a cure. Milk production in the United States during the July - September quarter totaled billion pounds, up percent from the July - September quarter last year.

The average number of milk cows in the United States during the quarter was million head, 10, head less than.

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Elmhurst Dairy is closing after years in operation, citing a drop in New York City milk consumption. The plant, located in Jamaica, Queens, has been a neighborhood fixture for generations; its huge silos seen for blocks amongst the low. Official State Beverage of New York. Milk was designated the official state beverage of New York in (and in yogurt was adopted as the official state snack).

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These "spilling committees" created a "milk famine" in New York City in an effort to force the milk distribution companies to pay the farmers higher prices for their milk. "In late March,a temporary settlement was reached between committees of the striking dairy farmers and the milk retailers, the latter representing about of their.

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