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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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The last few years have proven rough for even the most efficient dairy farms. Seeking federal policy changes to address those financial struggles, hundreds of dairy producers gathered over the last few months at events organized by the National Farmers Organization (NFO) and Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU), dubbed the Dairy Together Road Show.

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