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Milk prices surge on Asia demand

New Zealand's dairy farmers are trying to catch up after a drought forced its biggest buyer, China, to look to the US.

Retail milk prices are on the rise, as dairy farmers around the world try to meet Asia's ever increasing demand for dairy.

US milk farmers have benefited as one their main competitors across the other side of the world, New Zealand, is still recovering from a drought which happened a year ago.

The BBC's Mauricio Olmedo-Perez reports on New Zealand's efforts to catch up.

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