Dairy has the most to lose in NAFTA negotiations.
Leaders from Canada, Mexico and the U.S. start to lay renegotiation foundation
Changing the Canadian system won’t likely happen through new NAFTA
NMPF Young Cooperators talk policy with key lawmakers
Mexico and Canada account for 45% of U.S. dairy exports.
The 28 countries respond to President Trump’s stance on both issues
Mexico is the largest U.S. dairy export market by far, roughly double the size of the industry’s second-largest market, Canada.
NMPF wants to preserve and enhance the 2-year trade agreement with Canada and Mexico.
Wants milk pricing based on cost of production.
Though non-binding, producer concerns will receive huge weight by California Secretary of Agriculture.