**ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY JULY 30** Cows graze in a pasture at Lyle Edwards’ farm in Westfield, Vt., Wednesday, July 23, 2006. Edwards says he had been thinking about going organic for three to four years because of the demise of a price support system that protected farmers from fluctuating milk prices. “It was the only thing the dairy farmers had within the conventional milk system,” he said of the six-state Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact. “Without that it’s all over, it’s a matter of survival really.” (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)

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