Organic milk gives the farmer more money than conventional milk, and the product is not used widely at schools and restaurants. Organic dairy farmers are riding out the wave of COVID-19, but there are bigger problems on the horizon.
Dairy farmers with big herds have access to more technology and resources to overcome challenges during COVID-19. Smaller co-ops with retail contracts also help weather the storm.
Dairy farmers are skeptical the industry will bounce back in the near future. Farms are cutting down the size of their herds, and government sponsored relief programs are becoming an essential lifeline for dairy farmers.
COVID- 19 has made it hard for employees to keep a more robust relationship with their clients.
June 1, 2020 is the reopening of businesses. Due to the increasing numbers of COVID-19 business owners are putting their lives at risk.
Since the beginning of March until further notice, people were told to social distance, wash their hands and not to touch their faces. But customers have been dying for the services that require estheticians to make contact.