A shortage of milk haulers is putting pressure on Vermont’s dairy industry. That’s the message from several big dairy companies to a key task force looking to revitalize the state’s dairy industry.
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Staff from dairy companies Agrimark and Dairy Farmers of America say they say promoting driving careers at tech schools.

Dairy Farmers of America also points to the need for more consistent truck weight and road regulations across New England.

“If we can take Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and get them all on the same page, that would be a huge help, especially in the dairy industry,” said Barney McConnell, the director of transportation for the Dairy Farmers of America.

Aurora Dairies, one of the largest milk producers in the country, has added Gray Wigg Gault’s Clydebank Aggregation in Victoria’s Gippsland region to its expanding portfolio for around $20 million.

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