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Hari P. Singh, president of Oak Tree Dairy (Credit: Newsday FIle/Julia Gaines)

Hari P. Singh, president of Oak Tree Dairy in East Northport standing in front of a row of newly installed milk tanks.

Oak Tree Dairy

For three generations the Oak Tree Dairy in East Northport has been a family business, providing milk to the region. It has also become Long Island's only milk processing operation.

An undated image of milk in the refrigeration
(Credit: Newsday/Julia Gaines)

An undated image of milk in the refrigeration facility at Oak Tree Dairy in East Northport

Cartons of milk in the refrigeration facility at
(Credit: Newsday/Julia Gaines)

Cartons of milk in the refrigeration facility at Oak Tree in East Northport.

As the sun peeks over the treetops, milkman
(Credit: Newsday File/Dick Kraus)

As the sun peeks over the treetops, milkman Ed Hartough of Oak Tree Dairy delivers milk to the home of a customer in North Babylon. (March 15, 1985)

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Hari P. Singh, president of Oak Tree Dairy
(Credit: Newsday FIle/Julia Gaines)

Hari P. Singh, president of Oak Tree Dairy in East Northport standing in front of a row of newly installed milk tanks.

Dairy cows once grazed on this field near
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Dairy cows once grazed on this field near the Oak Tree Dairy processing plant in East Northport. (April 17, 2012)

A Farmland Dairies truck is pictured behind the
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

A Farmland Dairies truck is pictured behind the Oak Tree Dairy processing plant in East Northport. (April 17, 2012)

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