31 May, 2018

Mexico, Canada To Impose Counter Tariffs On Cheese, Yogurt

News | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Following the White House announcement that President Trump plans to impose steel tariffs on the EU, Canada and Mexico, our North American…

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31 May, 2018

Time To Give MPP A Chance?

Risk Management | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Tomorrow’s deadline to enroll in the revised Margin Protection Program means there’s just a little time left to reconsider if the changes make the program worth it for your farm.

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31 May, 2018

Export Forecast Raised $200 Million

Markets | By: Mike Opperman

Strength of markets in Mexico, China and Southeast Asia boost trade outlook.

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31 May, 2018

Colored Cows Are Adding Fat To The Milk Supply

Business | By: Mike Opperman

More Jerseys and crossbreds, plus better genetics and management, are increasing component levels of the U.S. milk…

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31 May, 2018

April Dairy Margin Lowest In Almost Two Years

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

Margins projected to shrink even more in May and June. 

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30 May, 2018

Which Dairy State Was The Most Profitable In 2017?

Finance | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

In their annual milk cost of production report, USDA outlined which states were the most profitable in 2017.

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30 May, 2018

Dean Foods To Continue Closing Plants in 2018

News | By: Mike Opperman

Nation’s second largest milk processor cites too much supply and not enough demand.

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30 May, 2018

NMPF: Don’t Blame U.S. For Low Powder Prices

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Stocks-to-use is back down to about 40 days, which is now the new "normal."

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30 May, 2018

Pennsylvania, Oregon and Massachusetts Milk Processors Closing

News | By: Wyatt Bechtel

Two of the dairy plants appear to be affiliated with Dean Foods announcing it would stop receiving milk from producers in the northeast and Midwest.

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29 May, 2018

Milk's Biggest Competitor May Surprise You

Markets | By: Tyne Morgan

Milk's biggest competitor today is something commonly found in the beverage cooler: water.

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