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Kardashian, Kirk
Milk money : cash, cows, and the death of the American dairy farm / Kirk Kardashian ; foreword by Senator Bernie Sanders
Alternate Title Cash, cows, and the death of the American dairy farm
Durham, N.H. : University of New Hampshire Press, 2012
book jacket
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 4th Floor  SF245.8 K37 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Dairying -- Economic aspects -- United States
Dairy farmers -- United States
Dairy farming -- Economic aspects -- United States
Physical Description xv, 253 p., [6] p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Down and out on the farm -- The first dairy farmers -- The control of American milk -- Milk gone wild -- The environment -- The workers -- The animals -- Monopoly money -- Grass-fed, free-range, streamline baby
Summary Retail milk prices have stayed the same while milk prices paid to farmers have plummeted. The dairy business is at the heart of the culture and economy of Vermont and many other states. Kirk Kardashian asks whether it is right that family farmers in America should toil so hard, produce a food so wholesome and so popular, and still lose money. His investigation uncovers the hidden forces behind dairy farm consolidation and asks why milk -- a staple commodity subject to both government oversight and industry collusion -- has proven so tricky to stabilize. Meanwhile, every year we continue to lose scores of small dairy farms
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