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As October and National Co-op Month came to a close, the National Cooperative Bank (NCB) updated revenue and asset totals for the 100 largest cooperatives in the U.S. With higher milk and wholesale dairy product prices, it was a better year for dairy co-op revenues and their members compared to a year earlier.

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As the crop insurance industry starts to process third-quarter 2020 Dairy Revenue Protection (Dairy-RP) claims, it is evident some producers who purchased coverage on Class IV milk may receive a payout. Timing was important, and early adopters received better payouts.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has weighed heavily on 2020 dairy markets, and that influence is likely to continue for the foreseeable future, according to Mark Stephenson, University of Wisconsin – Madison director of dairy policy analysis. Stephenson discussed factors impacting milk producers and markets during a northeastern Wisconsin farm management update meeting for agricultural professionals, held virtually on Oct. 22.

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