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New York dairy farmers get higher prices for milk in August

Dairy farmers in the Empire State received an average of $20.30 per hundredweight of milk sold during August, up 10 cents from July and $1.70 more than in August 2012.

 

That’s according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, New York Field Office.

 

The field office also reported prices for other products. Grain corn, at $6.54 per bushel in August, was down 13 cents from July and $1.49 below the August 2012 price. Hay averaged $152 per ton in August, down $3 from July, but up $15 from August 2012, the field office reported.

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7 Cyber Security Essentials to Check Off

By Bogdan Bagovskyy vCIO Along with back-to-school season, Halloween decorations hitting the shelves, and the beloved pumpkin spice latte making its reappearance, there’s another often-overlooked event this fall: National Cybersecurity

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