Dairy reform carries little effect on milk production, exports

April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/27/2012, p6
The article reports on the National Milk Producers Federation's claim that dairy policy changes being studied by the U.S. House and Senate Agriculture Committees will not have much effect on milk production and dairy product exports. A study prepared by University of Missouri's Scott Brown and the Agriculture Policy Research Institute analyzes the Dairy Security Act which features a voluntary margin insurance program meant to protect dairy farmers against low milk prices or high feed costs.


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