Dairy Exports to Mexico Create Nearly 25,000 Jobs and Countless Friendships

Dairy Exports to Mexico Create Nearly 25,000 Jobs and Countless Friendships Dairy Exports to Mexico Create Nearly 25,000 Jobs and Countless Friendships by Tom Vilsack, August 16, 2017 With the first round of NAFTA talks beginning today, it’s wise to consider the value of business goodwill flowing across borders. Read Dairy Exports to Mexico Create Nearly 25,000 Jobs and Countless Friendships SaveSave

Americans Believe Brown Cows Produce Chocolate Milk

Americans Believe Brown Cows Produce Chocolate Milk Today in “What the hell is going on here,” we have the following astonishing statistic, via the Washington Post: approximately 16.4 million Americans believe chocolate milk is produced by brown cows.The Post cites an online survey by the Innovation Center of U.S. Dairy found at least 7 percent of the American populace never stopped believing that old dad joke everyone heard at age 6 when asking, as kids do, just where that good-tasting brown stuff came from. If the statistic is accurate at all,

Contacts suggest the butter market is healthy

Contacts suggest the butter market is healthy MD_DA431 DA MD DA431 BUTTER – CENTRAL MADISON, WI. June 14, 2017 (Report 24) Butter sales are strong according to Central butter producers. With only slight exceptions, retail butter demand has outperformed expectations for the past month. Contacts suggest the butter market is healthy and there is little reason to expect a slowdown in the near term. Some contacts point out that domestic buyers are not covered for the second half of the year, therefore sales may continue to climb. Butter production is

As cream availability declines… some plants are securing additional loads

As cream availability declines… some plants are securing additional loads MD_DA410 DA MD DA410 BUTTER – NORTHEAST MADISON, WI. June 14, 2017 (Report 24) Churning schedules in the region are mixed, as production is reliant on manufacturers’ near-term requirements and market approaches. Some sources implied in-house cream supplies are adequate while intake milk volumes have not slowed. However, as cream availability declines, due to the lower level of Class I processing as seasonal interest decline, some plants are securing additional loads in the spot market, if possible, as butter demand