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Though USDA is offering $127 million in aid to dairy farmers, losses from tariffs will exceed that figure by at least eight-fold, says NMPF.
The claims were initially challenged by the National Milk Producers Federation.
CNN reporters talked to some 50 farmers and ag business people in five states, covering dairy, pork, soybeans, wheat and citrus.
Questioning the future of Class 7 and reviewing natural cheese sales were two of the topics discussed in the Dairy Report.
A Missouri news station reports PETA is now marketing milk as “a symbol of white supremacy.”
The website provides rain and snow melt runoff predictions for each of 216 National Weather Service basins in the state.
Dairy farmers are under siege thanks to low prices and changing tastes.
The drought has led to a spike in grain prices, nearly doubling costs.
Emissions differences between dairies appear to be linked to the amount of manure that is stored in anaerobic, or wet and airless, conditions.