Arizona dairy farms are forced to get dump out milk due to the coronavirus

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The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Arizona’s dairy farms, as shrinking markets are forcing many dairies to dump gallons of milk. The federal government said earlier this week that it plans to buy milk and meat from struggling farmers to help shore up the nations food supply chain. Cronkite News reporter Kara Harris has the story.

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