We were picking up a few items at Walmart yesterday and realized that organic milk was actually .44 cheaper than the "regular" kind. This was in half gallons though. We were both amazed! But milk here is $5.44 a gallon and for half a gallon 3.44. They only carry organic milk in half gallons and it was priced $3.00. Of course, that started a discussion. So, why is milk so expensive and how can organic be cheaper? Grain prices have gone through the roof, especially corn! Organic cows are generally fed hay and free graze, since most corn is GMO which isn't considered organic. We are guessing that it is now cheaper to feed hay, than corn. It used to be the other way around.
How much is milk where you are?