Julie Devereaux

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POINT REYES STATION, CA - JUNE 12: A worker at the Kehoe Dairy squeezes fresh milk from a cows' teat being milked June 12, 2007 in Point Reyes Station, California. With corn prices at record highs driven by demand for ethanol, milk prices are expected to soar above $4.50 per gallon by the end of summer as dairy farmers pay more for corn feed. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Because of the ‘lock down’ for businesses all over the country, finances are tight for lots of us. Duh.

Would free milk be a help?

I don’t know if you’ve seen the pictures of food rotting in fields but I sure wish this would happen all over the world. Because it’s never been about having enough food to feed humanity, it’s about distribution.

So when I saw this story, it made me wonder why this isn’t happening more?

(It also made me realize I better get off at exit 15 to come to work tomorrow morning because I’m guessing Morrissey’s gonna be packed!)

The Dairy Farmers of America are giving away 8,600 gallons of milk in Boston

The milk drive will take place on Thursday at Boston College High School. Got milk? Dairy Farmers of America wants to make sure you do. In an effort to assist those who are under financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic, the national cooperative has donated 8,600 gallons of milk to an upcoming milk drive at Boston College High School.