Why Wisconsin’s dairy industry is booming

Dairy farmers across the Midwest are making a comeback, despite the drought.

Dairy Queen is one of the nation’s top-selling dairy brands.

The company is also one of its biggest consumers of milk in the U.S. and the top milk buyer in the country.

Wisconsin dairy farms are in high demand, especially after the drought forced the state to shutter its largest dairy operation.

But there are still a few dairy farms in Wisconsin that are making up for lost time, thanks to the success of a new program called the Wisconsin Dairy Creamers Program.

Dairy creamers have been working to bring back dairy to their communities, especially the communities with the most dairy production.

It’s been a big job for the dairy creamers to do, with the program encouraging dairy creamer farmers to take time off to spend with their families and the community.

They’ve also created a website where they share stories about their success, the challenges they’ve faced and the communities they’ve helped to build.

The program has become such a success that the dairy industry has recently been expanding its production capacity.

Dairy producers in Wisconsin have been able to increase the production of dairy products from 1.5 million metric tons to 2.5 billion metric tons.

That’s up from just under one million tons a year prior.

That has led to a steady increase in the number of dairy farms that are thriving, especially those in the rural communities.

A recent study by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and Markets showed that the number one area in which dairy farmers are seeing their farm income grow is the dairy program.

When the drought hit, dairy farmers were forced to shut down, so they were able to focus on growing their business.

That helped them save money and create new jobs, which has been a key driver of their economic growth.

Dairy farmers in the region have been hiring.

“We’re seeing a lot of the same people who were going to be out of work before the drought come back to work,” said Scott Johnson, executive director of the Wisconsin Dairies Association.

In addition to the economic gains, dairy producers are finding ways to save money on their dairy products.

Dairy production costs are down and the program has also led to some of the largest savings in dairy costs for farmers.

In Wisconsin, a gallon of milk costs less than $1.75, while a gallon costs less at Dairy Queen than at Walgreens.

That translates into a big savings for dairy farmers, as well as dairy producers in the Midwest.

A dairy farmer on the property of a dairy plant in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, in 2017.

Dairy farms across the state are growing and diversifying.

As the drought has eased, so have the dairy farms.

The Dairy Queen dairy program is helping to support those businesses.

If you or someone you know needs help, call 800-342-1210.

For more information, visit www.wisconsindairycreamers.org.

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