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Editor’s note: This article has been updated to include comments from leaders of U.S. dairy organizations.

The USDA will roll out another three-pronged aid package aimed at helping U.S. farmers suffering financial damages due to ongoing trade disputes. Details regarding direct payments to dairy producers have yet to be released.

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Heavy cow culling continued to keep the lid on milk production growth in April. Monthly year-over-year output has now been up less than 1 percent in six of the past seventh months, with March 2019 production lower than the year before.

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Rollbacks on U.S. import tariffs on aluminum and steel from Mexico and Canada could bolster exports of U.S. dairy products, while also smoothing the road for ratification of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement (USMCA).

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About 26,000 U.S. dairy farmers will split approximately $26 million in a settlement agreement reached in a decade-long lawsuit over misreporting of nonfat dry milk prices that negatively affected the milk prices they received.

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The confounding case(s) of milk supply management in a litigious society continues.

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