What was the price of milk in 2010?
it kinda depends on where u get it but where i get it, it was 1.75m
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Answer . 99p for a large jug. $3.09 in Maryland/DC/Virginia for a gallon. 4.99 a gallon
Answer-Price of milk. . The price of a gallon of milk in 1968 was $1.07. (Note: from "1960s Flashback - Economy" at http://www.1960sflashback.com /1968/Economy.asp)
This general tendency toward rising distribution costs and declining prices paid to farmers, is borne out by a report of costs in the milk business in Milwaukee .8 This revealed that beginning with 1923, when the farmer received 58.1 cents of the consumer's milk dollar, his share shrank consistently… down to 1934, when he received 46.8 cents. During this same period the retail price of milk declined from 10.5 cents to 9.5 cents but the distributor's gross margin increased from 4.4 cents to 5 cents. http://www.oldandsold.com/articles11/distribution-5.shtml (MORE)
A thewest.com.au article from 13th July 2007 noted the price of milk could jump due to the drought from $2.50-$2.60 to above $3. According to an article from nzherald.co.nz, MP Gordon Copeland compared milk prices for Australia, New Zealand, Britain, Canada and the United States as such: 2 litr…es of milk cost in NZD Australia (average for Sydney and Melbourne) $3.10 New Zealand $3.25 Britain (Sainsbury's price) $2.94 USA $2.53 Canada $2.36 France $3.43 Some question the quality of his numbers, although the cost in Canada seems accurate to me. (MORE)
depends on the type of milk. usually a price range of $5-$7. I dont know if that helps but i hope it does...
In what year? This shows years, etc.: http://dmarie.com/timecap/step1.asp In 2009 it was $3.00 In 1996 is was $2.72
The price of a gallon of milk in the year 2000 was around 3dollars. Today, milk costs nearly 5 dollars per gallon.
A gallon of milk cost $1.18 in 1971. At that time a gallon of gascost even less, and was only 36 cents.
In 1973 the cost of a gallon of regular gas was .39, the cost of a dozen eggs was .78 & the cost of a gallon of Milk was $1.31
The price for a gallon of milk in the year 1983 was $2.24. A dozeneggs cost 86 cents, a first class postage stamp was 20 cents and agallon of gas was $1.24.
In 2001, the price of milk was $3 per gallon. Over the years, thecost of milk has witnessed a steady increase, with the price as ofApril, 2014, being $3.69 per gallon.
Between $2.00 and $2.50, gas ranged from $0.89 to $0.95 a gallon, cigarettes we $1.75 in vending machines.
In 1937, milk cost 50 cents per gallon. Today, a gallon of milk cancost up to four dollars or more.
The cost of a gallon of milk was $2.30. Gas was $1.08 and a dozeneggs was .89. A first class stamp was only .22 cents.
That depends on where you were. On a farm, it was free. In the city, it varied around 10 or 15 cents a quart. (You could buy day old milk at a discount.)
Due to state laws that establish minimum prices, the price of milk can vary greatly by location. The profit on milk can be affected by price wars on both the raw milk and wholesale levels. Raw milk, on average, costs between 30% and 40% of the eventual retail price. The nationwide averages in lat…e 2010 (price per gallon): Whole Milk --- $ 3.04 Reduced Fat - $ 2.95 Lowfat Milk --- $ 2.93 Skim Milk ----- $ 2.88 The highest prices were in Mobile, AL ($ 4.08) and New Orleans, LA ($ 3.98 - Walmart). The lowest prices were in Phoenix, AZ ($ 2.10) and Detroit, MI ($ 2.24). (MORE)
The price for a gallon of milk in 2003 varied depending on whichstate a person lived in. Dairy states actually had higher milkprices than in other states. The average United States price for agallon of milk at that time was about $2.50.
Depends which country you are asking this question from. This is a worldwide site you could be asking this question anywhere in the world.
In the UK a gallon or 8 pints of milk can be bought in mostsupermarkets for £2, this is the retail price for 2 x 4 pintcontainers, if you buy smaller quantities it will usually cost muchmore e.g. 49p a pint which works out to £3.92 per gallon. (Pricecorrect as at March 2014)
Milk prices fluctuate based on time of year and location. The lowest prices for milk during 1993 occurred in February and March at 12.2 cents per cwt. The Highest prices occur during November at 13.6 cents per cwt. Average 12.9 cents per cwt.
The price of a gallon of milk in 1972 was about 36 cents. Very differenciating from today. In 2011, a price of a gallon of milk is about 3.99 ranging all the way to 5.00!
I hope you find my comments about the best prices that I have found noteworthy. I have found that gas stations generally have the best prices (presumably to draw customers). One gas station sells milk at 2 gallons for $6.00. Another gas station sells milk for $2.89 with one full "stamp-card" whic…h takes about $40.00 in purchases to fill. This information is based on my experiences in Superior, WI. (MORE)
The price of milk may have varied from country, to city, to store, according to brand and amount, but the average price of a half-gallon, or 1.9 liters, in an average U.S. city was about $1.13 in 1982
The price of bread was 7 cents in 1923 and the price of milk was 56 cents per gallon in 1923.
In 1954, a gallon of milk was only 54 cents. Also, a loaf of breadin 1954 only ended up costing approximately nine cents.
Following some of the lowest milk prices in 20 years, a nationwide increase in the wholesale or "farm" milk price took effect on May 1, 2001. The adjustment of 6 cents per gallon raised California's farm milk price to $1.38, up 6 cents from March, but down 4 cents from January of that year. The high…er price mirrored similar increases that took effect nationwide. A decline in milk production across the nation, bad weather in the East, and the reduced supply of dairy products in Europe due to foot and mouth disease all influenced the increase. Milk prices fell to record lows in 2000 as production increased by over 6 percent in California. Demand for dairy products stayed strong while milk production declined in response to the low prices during 2000. (MORE)
The price of a gallon of milk in 1940 was 34 cents. A gallongasoline was 18 cents and a letter could be mailed with a 3 centstamp.
The price of milk has gone up due to the rising costs of fuel and feed for cows.
The price of milk in Romania is about 30 cents per Gallon usually . January 2009: about 1 US $ for 1 L of pasteurized milk, 1,8 % fat.
The price in 1920 for a half gallon of milk is $00.33 in 1925 it was $ 00.28 it doesnt look like they sold milk by the gallon but here is a website that has a lot of info on prices in the 1920s on it. Maybe i missed it. http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/20sfood.html
in 2000 hte average price of a gallon of milk was $2.75. So far in 2009 a gallon of milk costs $3.09
According to the government price index (http://www2.census.gov/prod2/statcomp/documents/CT1970p1-06.pdf), a 1/2 gallon of milk delivered in 1969 cost $ .60.
All i know is that a gallon of 2%milk in most stores was about $2.30.
First of all why would you care about the price of milk in 1962. That is very random. But I'm assuming its a school assignment! Tell your teacher I had the same assignment, i hated it! Honestly how is finding the price of milk in 1962 rel event to anything that will be useful in life what so ever. T…ell your teacher i think its the dumbest idea of a project ever! But since you asked in 1957 the gas price was 1.00$ and 5 years later the gas price was have no idea! Still trying to find out because I'm doing the project right now! (MORE)
.78 cent per gallon. Imma not sure, me sources might not be reliable.Anyway, here is where I found it: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_did_a_gallon_of_milk_cost_in_1947
Just "google" it! Besides, it depends on what store you go to. Google brought me here DA. Its over 4$ at Walmart. About once a month, Harris Teeter has milk for 2$ and something cents. You have to keep an eye out for it.
It depends about the location of the stores. But the average price is 1 cent
It depends on where you are. In Maine, it costs about $5.00. If you tell me where you live, I can tell you about how much it costs.
The cheapest milk is in save a lot on sale for $1.99. The avarege for the price of milk is for $2.19. The most expencive that is in walmart is $3.49. the worlds most expencive milk is a littel like $10.00
in the 1950's milk costs only $0.17 cents. wow isn't that amazing our economie would be great if only our milk was so cheap
im really needing to get my home work done can some one tell me the prices of food in the 1940's need it before monday
Butterfat 3.6 kilograms @ $5.3000/kilogram = $19.08 Protein 3.4092 kilograms @ $7.5576/kilogram = 25.77 Other Solids 5.7921 kilograms @ $7.5576/kilogram = 43.77 Total Price $88.62
It cost about 1.50 it depends on what month it because the inflation and deflation of the price.
About 5-10 cents per gallon, depending on which type of milk it was like skim milk or 2% milk.
The small one costs you Rs. 49/- and the big one is worth Rs. 110/-
Milk prices will vary by as much as 60% by location. The price of a gallon in New Orleans, LA (state minimum price) is nearly twice that of Phoenix, Arizona. In October, 2010, the nationwide average for milk was around $ 3.00 a gallon and $1.00 to $1.50 per quart (average name brand and local dai…ries). (MORE)
An average price for an Automatic Milking System is about $190,000 per machine, keeping in mind that each company sells at different prices. While the average Robotic Milking Machine ranges from $1 million.
About $10. Its usually around that much. (Edited answer) Actually, the price of milk is going to vary on the town you live in. I live on an island, hence, our groceries and most other items have to be imported from the south by barge. We pay more for milk and groceries because of this. In Anchorage,… the prices of items are a little closer to what they would be in the lower 48. Often products are flown into Anchorage, which is a tiny bit cheaper to do. When I went to the grocery at Safeway in Ketchikan, on Saturday, January 12, 2013, milk was on sale for $2.19- $3.19 a half gallon, so between $4.40- $6.40 a gallon. (MORE)
The price of a gallon of milk has not changed for 30 years. It is still about $2.50 per gallon.
The price has climbed steadily since. In March, a gallon sold foran average of $3.67 .