Smaller dairy cows means less milk production, which could mean higher butter and cheese prices for consumers. The US Department of Agriculture last week raised price forecasts for cheese, butter, skimmed milk powder and whey amid strong demand and declining production expectations. Inflation is already rising at the fastest pace since 1982, with the cost of food and gasoline at the forefront.


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