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 What was the price of a gallon of milk in 1991?

Answer The website 1990s Flashback estimates that the price of a gallon of milk in 1991 was $2.80. This price varied depending on location, however. The New York Attorney General's analysis of milk prices... Read More »
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What was the price of a gallon of milk in 1985?

A gallon of milk cost $2.26 in 1985. The demand for milk has declined over the past year, and the average price has dropped from $3.58 a gallon in January 2009 to $3.19 in March 2010, according to ... Read More »
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What was the price of a gallon of milk in 1945?

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, a gallon of milk cost of about 62.4 cents per gallon across the country in 1945. However, prices varied depending on the grade of milk purchased and whether the... Read More »
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What is the price of urea per gallon?

You cannot buy Urea by the gallon, because it is technically a solid. Urea is a powdered fertilizer commonly used as a nitrogen source in pastures and is sold by the ton. It typically cost about ar... Read More »
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What was the cost of a gallon of milk in 1992?

According to the 1990s Flashback website, the price of a gallon of milk in 1992 was $2.78. Other prices for the year include a first-class stamp at 29 cents, a dozen eggs at 93 cents, a gallon of r... Read More »
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