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Milk Producers Ask for Support of Domestic Formula Production
Milk Producers Ask for Support of Domestic Formula Production
The National Milk Producers Federation sent a letter to lawmakers, including Oregon's Ron Wyden, asking for support of domestic infant formula production as the shortfalls that emptied store shelves of formula have eased.  NMPF said given the improving situation, tariff waivers that could discourage the production of a safe, secure domestic infant formula supply should be allowed to expire at the
DMC Enrolment Now Open
DMC Enrolment Now Open
Dairy farmers can now sign up for the 2022 Dairy Margin Coverage program. This is for dairy farmers who are not already locked into coverage through the program through the lifespan of the current farm bill, which is two more years. NMPF spokesperson Chris Galen said about 50% of dairy farmers are committed to the program ...
U.S. Dairy Industry Continues To Have Concern With Canada’s TRQ
U.S. Dairy Industry Continues To Have Concern With Canada’s TRQ
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai has initiated a trade dispute settlement case with the Canadian government over dairy tariff-rate quota, or TRQ. Senior Vice President of both the National Milk Producers Federation and the Dairy Export Council Shawna Morris says they’ve been asking for enforcement action since mid-2020. “The main pr ...
Dairy Already Introducing Itself to New Leadership in Washington, D.C.
Dairy Already Introducing Itself to New Leadership in Washington, D.C.
Although it’s not been officially confirmed yet that Joe Biden is the new President, U.S. dairy is already working behind the scenes to make sure the industry remains top-of-mind for new officials in D.C. For example, the National Milk Producers Federation recently congratulated Joe Biden and reminded him that bipartisan solutions are the best solutions. The ...

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