Dairy New Year

Freeze, Michael
January 2016
Farming;Jan2016, p28
The article presents views of various people on the impact of fluctuating milk prices on the U.S. dairy industry including Doug DiMento, Director of Communications at dairy farm cooperative Agri-Mark Inc. and auctioneer Dave Rama. Various topics that are discussed includes changes in agricultural market trends, increased employment in the dairy business and milk production forecast presented by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).


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