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No more crying over spilled milk

July 17, 2013

Abby Brelage milks her dairy cow at the Whitley County 4-H Fair. The Dairy Club has an opportunity to sell the milk collected during the fair to Brelage’s father, Dave. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

COLUMBIA CITY — After several years of the dairy club having to dump its milk, Veterinarian and 4-H parent, Dave Brelage, will be purchasing the club's product.

Brelage will be buying the club's milk for 50 cents per gallon — less than they would make if a milkman came to pick it up, but that has been hard to come by.

"Since most of the milk cows go home after the first day of the fair, we don't produce a lot of milk anymore," said Brandy Studebaker, Dairy Club leader.

"It's great to actually make some money off of it."

The club only managed to find one company that would pick up its milk, due to the low quantity.

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