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How the Milk Gets Bottled

Last month, about 100 dairy farmers changed from boots into suits for the day and flew to Washington to make their case to Congress. “We need a stable supply of labor,” says farmer Ed Schoen, who milks 180 cows in upstate New York. “The dairy industry’s survival depends on it.” Amid a plunge in milk prices, “worrying about workers is another layer of stress we don’t need,” says Mr. Schoen, who is on the board of Dairy Farmers of America, a cooperative that produces one-third of the nation’s milk.

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