The California drought has been devastating for farmers, especially farmers who sell their milk.
But they are still doing it.
Now the dairy industry is getting into the game.
This week, a group of California dairy farmers will start a new business called “farm-to-fork.”
The farm-to -fork program is being led by the Dairy Farmers of California.
It’s called Farm to Fork because, they said, “we want to bring a fresh, modern and healthy perspective to the milk business.”
Dairy farmers have been selling their milk for about 50 years.
The farmers are hoping to do the same thing now with the farm-in-the-ground program.
The goal is to bring fresh, organic milk to people in need.
The dairy industry has been struggling with a shortage of milk and water.
It has been selling its milk at a lower price than other farmers because it doesn’t have the market value to support the same amount of milk.
The dairy industry can only buy so much of the product, and they can only make so much money selling it.
That’s why the dairy companies are going to sell their products to farmers at a discount.
The farm is a collaboration between the Dairy Farming Institute and the California Farm Bureau.
The farm is being run by a group called the California Dairy Cooperative, which is part of the State Farm Bureau, the state’s dairy cooperative.
The farmers are getting help from the California State Milk Producers Association, which has helped with the operation.
The California Farm Credit Union, which owns and operates many banks in California, is also helping.
It was able to make loans to the farmers to help cover the cost of the program.
In addition to the loan, the farmers will also have to pay a $50,000 fee to the farm credit union.
The state is also looking to the Dairy Agricultural Institute to help out.
The institute is a nonprofit that does a lot of education and research about the dairy sector.
Farmers can sign up at the farm and receive free milk.
They can also order the product online, but the farm won’t give them a retail price.
The program is not meant to replace other dairy programs in the state, like milk and cheese programs.
But it’s part of a statewide effort to get more dairy products into people’s hands.