The U.S. is accusing Canada of setting aside too large a share of the dairy market exclusively for Canadian dairy processors.
Weird weather, growing Chinese demand, locusts in Africa and, of course, COVID are driving the surge in prices.
Milk prices have been volatile with the trade war and now the coronavirus pandemic, and dairy farmers are stretched thin.
Vegans and dairy farmers in the U.K. vie for the high moral ground.
The president has given Canada until Friday to sign on to a new trade agreement, but the dairy industry has been one of the prime sticking points during negotiations.
“Got Milk?” is arguably the dairy industry’s best ad slogan ever. But how about “Got Cheese?” That do anything for you? Americans are eating record amounts of cheese — 35 pounds of it per person each year on average. But diary farmers still have plenty left over, and there’s a huge surplus of the base product, milk, […]
The state wants farmers to do more to cut methane emissions from cows and cowpats.