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We invite dairy farmers to contact a long list of dairy promotion groups asking questions about whether their state/regional promotion groups bought tables (10 persons) at that gala with chairs costing ,500 to ,000 each.
Writer Jan Shepel profiles the Salemville Cheese Co-op in Wisconsin.
We note DINs reports that Chinas largest dairy processor is headed for dissolution, following vain attempts to restructure its finances. is the apparent winner among bidders to buy Australias largest dairy processor the troubled Murray Goulburn co-op.That co-op receives milk from 62 Amish patrons, whose Faith dictates that they milk their cows by hand.The co-op employs 35 members of the community producing and packaging high-quality Blue and Gorgonzola cheeses.Now Dairy Farmers of America is pushing members of the Lowville Milk Producers and Jefferson Bulk milk co-ops to become full equity partners with DFA, or lose their access to markets through DFAs subsidiary, Dairy Marketing Services. The headline tells the story of dairy commodity price trends during the past month. Nate Wilson reports that on December 18, new federal rules about truckers needing electronic log books will create headaches for livestock haulers.
Writer Jan Shepel details a presentation of a proposal for immigrant farm labor rules reform that was conducted at World Dairy Expo by the American Dairy Coalition. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) has submitted legislation calling for labor reforms involving immigrant farm workers. Of great interest: Noises from the EU agricultural commissioner that its time to tighten up the intervention program in which EU nations buy surplus skim milk powder. Drivers will be limited to 10 hours of driving time, with four hours of non-driving time behind the wheel.
Sales of fat-reduced dairy products have been, and are, in the toilet. On December 6, GENYOUth is hosting a gala fundraiser in New York City. John Bobbe, the director of OFARM (an organic grain marketing co-op), details the latest troubling developments involving imports of fraudulent organic grain. This latest event follows months of scandals involving bribery of politicians, meat plant inspectors and bankers. That move will cost many Grassland producers a few hundred dollars per cow per year.