Milk prices have been volatile with the trade war and now the coronavirus pandemic, and dairy farmers are stretched thin.
Many farmers are facing reduced demand for their products as well as falling prices.
Some Canadians worry NAFTA replacement will flood markets with lower-cost U.S. milk and cheese.
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.
The program is hoping to help the needy – including America's dairy farmers.
With the proliferation of products calling themselves milk (soy, almond, rice, coconut), dairy farmers are now lobbying Congress to limit the use of the word to the stuff that comes from lactating animals, namely cows. And the makers of the plant-based drinks want to keep milking the term, so they’re pushing back. The Wall Street […]
Donated breast milk in liquid form can be expensive because it needs to be to be screened for disease and drugs, and then stored. One way to address this may be a technique called "spray-drying."
The organic market's stable pricing is appealing to some dairy farmers.