According to the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, Kentuckians are now paying more for items such as sausage, bacon, butter, eggs, vegetable oil, flour, and milk.
WBKO visited one Bowling Green grocery store and found the price of a gallon of milk ranging from $3.39 up to nearly five dollars. KFB claims the prices of many groceries have risen across the state since October. Economists are predicting that meat prices will taper off this year, but milk prices are expected to remain high.
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