Hunger Task Force commits $1 million to provide relief for dairy farmers, milk to food pantries

Kemps will begin processing milk this week

A dairy farm in northern Wisconsin. Credit: Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Hunger Task Force has committed up to $1 million to a new program aimed at providing relief to dairy farmers while supplying area food pantries with milk. The Milwaukee-based hunger relief organization is supporting the Wisconsin Dairy Recovery Program, which will pay farmers to supply milk to Kemps, which will begin processing thousands of milk

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