Dairy cows milk production was higher in 2018 than it was in any year since the last time data was available in 2019, according to data compiled by the US Department of Agriculture.

The data was provided by the Department of Energy, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the US Milk Marketing Board (MMB).

The US Department’s data showed the total amount of milk produced increased 4.2% from 2017 to 2018, to an average of 6.9 billion gallons.

This is an increase of 2.3 billion gallons over the previous year, and the highest annual increase since the 1970s, the data showed.

Dairy producers also produced more milk for sale at grocery stores and the dairy-based products market.

The US Dairy Production Act of 2014 mandated that milk should be produced on a consistent basis across all farms in the United States, and for the majority of producers, this has been the case, according the NIFA.

However, some dairy farms have been growing milk production and making it more expensive to produce.

The USDA data also showed that more than 80% of milk production in the U.S. was concentrated in the Northeast and Midwest, with the Midwest producing the highest amount of dairy products in 2018, followed by the South, and finally the West.

According to the MMB, in 2018 nearly half of milk and cheese produced in America was made in the West, and more than half of beef and pork produced in that region was made by producers in the Midwest.

The highest dairy prices in the country came from the South.

In 2018, California topped the list for the highest dairy price per pound, at $0.87 per pound.

The second highest dairy premium came from New Jersey at $1.23 per pound compared to $0,726 in 2017.

California was also one of the top dairy producers in terms of dairy sales.

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California produced an average 7.2 million tons per year, or 1.3 million gallons of milk per year.

In addition, California also produced 2.2 billion gallons of cheese and 1.4 billion gallons in egg products, according a statement from the MM, which added that California produced a record 1.5 billion gallons cheese and egg products in the month of August.

New Jersey was the second largest dairy producer in terms, producing 1.2 percent of the US milk production.

The U.K. was fourth, producing 7.1 million tons, followed closely by the United Kingdom, France, and Sweden.

The average milk price per ton of milk in 2018 for the United Sates was $0 .86 per ton.

The total amount milk producers produced was 4.7 billion gallons, an increase from the previous 5.5-billion-gallon increase in 2017, according with the NISA.

The 2018 milk production rate was 1.7 percent.

In 2017, dairy production in New York and California reached a record high of 10 million tons.

The largest milk producer in 2018 in New Jersey, New York State, produced a total of 6 million tons and produced an annual average of 3.5 million gallons, according and the MM.

In the United states, dairy producers have been increasing production since the first quarter of 2020, when the previous record was the 10.3-million-ton production of 2017.

The annual milk production increase was not the largest, but it was still one of highest in the nation.

Dairy farmers in the Northwest, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest have increased production by about 2.8 million tons each year since 2016, the MM reported.

The Midwest produced 744,000 tons in 2018.

The lowest milk production from the Mid-South was in North Dakota, which produced 446,000 gallons.

The most milk produced was from the West Coast, producing 843,000 pounds.

The production from New York was up by over 2.5 times, from 746,500 to 944,500 gallons.

According with the MM report, milk production is expected to continue to grow in 2019 as more producers are added.