The Bureau of Labor Statistics Table U6 is:
Total unemployed, plus all marginally attached economic reasons, as a percent of the civilian labor force plus all marginally attached workers
While the headlines proclaim unemployment at 10%, the broadest measure shows the unemployment is about 17.5% - the highest since data has been collected.
Few can sell the cows and get a job any time soon. But, tomorrow is another day and the cows will have have to be milked.
Maybe I have missed it, but, there seems to be no broad discussion of thoughts on how farm milk should be priced.
Is milk simply a commodity and can all of America's interest in milk production be reduced to unchecked greed?