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Price Incrs. / Beer, Milk #472195

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 23, 1973
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(Studio) 2 items affected by price rises: milk and beer.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cedar Grove, WI) [Dairy farmer Gene TUENNESON - plans to deplete dairy herd.] Grain costs too high. Many dairy cattle now go to slaughterhse. to be killed for beef. [Stkyd. president Eugene HEINRIChigh school - says more dairy cattle sold as beef cattle because prices high. Dairy cattle more expensive to raise.] Fewer dairy cows; milk in short supply. Costs increase
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

(Cleveland, Ohio) Grains and water used in beer production. Grain prices double; beer prices must rise.

Briggs, Fred;
Chancellor, John;
Davis, Lou

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