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Dairy Cliff?

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That would be (temporarily) great for drought-stricken farmers, who would naturally flood the government with high-priced milk, but would soon create massive shortages that would drive up the price for everyone else. Other companies that rely on milk—cheese, butter and yogurt makers—would go overseas to find new suppliers, upsetting supply chains even more. And taxpayers would get nailed on both ends: Throwing away the

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