FARMERS: Troubled Milk

The first and second cities of the land were last week having trouble about milk —New York because upState producers were on strike, Chicago because independent dairymen were bitterly opposing the Federal Government's price-fixing program.

New York's disturbance centred in the region of the fertile Mohawk Valley which winds eastward across the State. 200 mi. north of the city. By regulation of the State Milk Control Board created last winter by the Legislature, the dairy farmers in this as in other sections of the State are paid on a sliding scale of...

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