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DMC Signup Deadline Days Away

The signup deadline is December 11th for the new and improved Dairy Margin Coverage program. Chris Galen with the National Milk Producers Federation updated listeners from a recent NMPF Dairy Defined Podcast:

Benchmark up $1.73

The Agriculture Department announced the November Federal order Class III milk price at $23.34 per hundredweight, up $1.73 from October, $2.89 above November 2019, and the highest Class III since July. The November Class IV price is $13.30, down 17 cents from October...

Minimize The Risk of Ketosis

Dr. Ryan Leiterman with Crystal Creek wrapped up his series on ketosis on today's Dairy Radio:

Winter La Nina Forecast

Most models indicate that the 2020/2021 La Niña is likely to be a moderate to strong event. Eric Snodgrass, Sr. Atmospheric Scientist at Nutrien Ag Solutions, updated dairy producers on a recent PDPW Dairy Signal:

Looking Down The Road

With Thanksgiving in the rear view mirror, the dairy industry wonders what is down the road for dairy product prices. Lee Mielke talks about it with Dairy and Food Market Analyst editor Matt Gould:

Key Milk Components

Dr. Mike Hutjens looks at milk components in this week's Feed Forum Friday:

DMC, CFAP Deadline December 11th

December 11th is the deadline to register for round two of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program and also the Dairy Margin Coverage Program. Chris Galen from the National Milk Producers Federation provided us with an update:

Dairy Margin Coverage Questions?

 Marin Bozic answers a few questions about USDA’s Dairy Margin Coverage program. 

COVID Spread Continues

From a recent PDPW Dairy Signal, Kathrine Barnes with the National Farm Medicine Center shares her thoughts about the spread of COVD-19:

Milk Production Ramifications

We saw a pretty bearish October Milk Production report last week. HighGround Dairy's Lucas Fuess talks about the ramifications with Lee Mielke on today's Dairy Radio Now:

American Farmers, Cheese Makers Ask President Trump to Suspend Tariffs on Mexican Products as NAFTA Talks Continue

More than 60 companies and organizations representing American dairy farmers and cheese makers commended President Donald Trump today for his efforts on equitable trade and for insisting that Canada halt its market-distorting dairy practices. At the same time, the companies urged the administration to reconsider its imposition of new tariffs on Mexico in light of that country’s constructive engagement in North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations and the harm that Mexico’s retaliatory tariffs will have on U.S. dairy’s trade with its largest and most reliable market.

In retaliation for U.S. actions on steel and aluminum imports, Mexico recently added new tariffs – some of which will reach as high as 25 percent next month – on American-made cheeses, among other products. These tariffs will certainly diminish demand for high-quality dairy products that are produced across the United States. The production of cheese and other dairy products in the U.S. supports nearly 3 million American jobs. The additional Mexican duties also will allow the European Union, which recently signed a bilateral free trade agreement with Mexico, to take hard-earned market share from American dairy companies.
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