State cheese production continues to increase
For the first time in a while, Wisconsin cheese makers did not keep up with the national output in April - but they still extended the Badger State's Number-One status over second-place California.
New federal figures show that Wisconsin pumped out almost $232-million pounds of cheese in April, 2.6 percent more than in the same month a year ago. The national increase was 3.2 percent - a nice recovery after a decline in March of two-tenths-of-a-percent.
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