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The U.S. is confronting an outbreak of a novel coronavirus that causes serious respiratory disease and may be deadly for older people and those with weakened immune systems. The World Health Organization is now calling the outbreak a global pandemic because it is affecting countries all over the world.

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In 1962, the average American consumed the equivalent of 647 pounds of milk* from dairy foods. This per-capita consumption proceeded to dip over the years but it’s almost all the way back to those earlier levels. 

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More than 400 dairy producers and indutry professionals reignited their commitment to dairy at the 2020 Pennsylvania Dairy Summit in State College, Pennsylvania, on Feb. 5-6.

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Pete Kappleman is a fourth-generation Wisconsin dairy farmer who now serves as senior vice president of member and government relations for Land O’Lakes.

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In Pete Kappleman’s home state of Wisconsin, licensed dairy farm numbers fell by 818 last year. In neighboring Minnesota, where Land O’Lakes is headquartered, the number of licensed dairy farms declined by 328.

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