Dairy Queen’s price hike raises concerns about milk shortages

Dairy Queen is increasing the price of its milk products.

The Milwaukee-based chain is increasing prices by 2 cents per pound of milk.

The change comes after dairy farmers complained about milk prices that increased by nearly 3 cents per gallon during the past month.

The milk price increase comes as the industry grapples with the effects of the severe winter weather.

In December, a group of farmers in North Dakota raised concerns about the shortage of milk by raising prices by nearly 2 cents a gallon.

Farmers also expressed concerns about higher milk costs at some locations.

In the past few months, Dairy Queen has also announced a price increase for its frozen yogurt, which will go up by $3.75 a bag.

The company has also raised prices for its dairy products.

Dairy Queen declined to comment on this story.

Dairy Queen also recently raised prices on its other dairy products, including ice cream, milk, milk shakes, and ice cream.

Milk prices in the U.S. have been rising steadily in recent years.

Last month, the average price of a gallon of milk was $2.15, up from $2 per gallon a year earlier.

In January, the monthly average was $1.82.