2020 will be better year for milk prices, dairy farmers – St. Albans Messenger

The price of milk has been rising steadily since last January and is expected to rise higher in 2020. Exports also have been strong in spite of the Trump trade tariffs.

 

 

"Exports have also been stronger, although whey has been impacted by both the tariffs China imposed on dairy in response to the Trump administration’s tariffs and a swine flu which has hit the pig population in China. The Chinese had been purchasing large quantities of whey to feed their pigs.


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