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118 Cheryl Williams: why the dairy industry is going bankrupt

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Back to Top Borden Dairy Co. and Dean Foods, two of the United States largest milk-producing companies, filed for bankruptcy last year (2019). The two main reasons for these bankruptcies are lower milk prices and lower consumption for milk products. I spoke with my friend Cheryl Williams, who is vegan and an advocate for animal compassion, about why people are switching to alternative milk products and shunning dairy products. “Cow’s milk is for baby cows, it’s not for humans.” “Humans are the only mammal who consumes other animal’s milk” For decades, factory farms have been promoting milk as a healthy product, but voices denouncing the use of antibiotics, cruelty towards animals, and the environmental damage, are becoming louder and louder. People are now considering cow’s milk as dangerous to our health and when we compare it to the lesser impact on the environment from milk alternatives, thousands of people are switching over.