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The average price of a gallon of milk is $2.89, but that price could soon increase to more than $7 if the Senate and House of Representatives do not pass a new farm bill or re-extend the 2008 farm bill before Jan. 1.
Dairy producers are currently getting a little more than $20 per 100 pounds of milk, Taylor County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Pat Hardesty said.
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