Many dairy operations have even dumped their cows’ milk as the initial splash of at-home consumption has tapered off and the restaurant industry has nearly disappeared.
"You can't shut down cows. You can't turn them off like a faucet," Zoey Nelson, 27, a sixth-generation dairy farmer in Waupaca, Wisconsin, told NBC News. "Just to see it literally going down the drain — it's devastating."
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