How much was a gallon of milk in 1916?

Answer In 1916, the average nationwide retail price for milk was 29.3 cents per gallon. The nationwide average wholesale price was 21.24 cents, which was the price when milk was purchased directly from th... Read More »

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Can I freeze a gallon of milk?

On One Hand: Frozen Milk Is Safe And ConvenientIt is safe to freeze pasteurized milk, and most people report freezing milk won't change its taste. Freezing is a convenient option for those who want... Read More »

What is the weight of a gallon of whole milk?

A gallon of whole milk weighs about 8.6 lbs. An average dairy cow in the United States produces 12,000 lbs. or 1,395 gallons of milk each year. Wisconsin and California alone produce a third of the... Read More »

Is it possible to chug a gallon of milk?

While it is possible to chug a gallon of milk (usually within the hour time limit of popular milk-chugging challenges), the human stomach can only hold at most a half gallon of fluid and will rejec... Read More »

How much was a gallon of milk in 1955?

According to the Fifties Web, a gallon of milk cost 92 cents in 1955. Compare this to bread for 18 cents, first-class postage for 3 cents, gas for 23 cents, a Ford car for $1,606 to $2,944 and a ho... Read More »