Milk prices may rise if Farm Bill not passed
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Ag officials are warning that milk prices could double if the Farm Bill isn't renewed.
The nation would revert to 1940s era agriculture policy if a new Farm Bill isn't passed. That could cause milk prices to rise about six dollars per gallon.
A new farm bill was passed in the Senate but is stalled in the House of Representatives.
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