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firing on all Four I agree with you, but there are too many producers who kid themselves they are making profits and also take too much notice of consultants who see herd expansion as the only solution
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If cross border trading is allowed, the increased supply of quota into markets like Italy with a high quota price, will soon see a reduction in the price.

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Milk Price € 0,35/0,44 (Milk/Cheese)
Quota Price € 0,45

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going back to the start of this topic. what do you mean by "parasites", who are they?
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I find it more than a little strange, that those who would love nothing more than see our system crumble, are complaning about milk price on another thread.
Like I said before our processers, and their CEO`s are still making huge profits, but at least we are paid well for our product.
Regardless of what happens here down the road, it will have ZERO effect on anyone elses milk price.
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I agree no quota! We don't produce enough to meet the demand in the USA now, so maybe we can get a good price for our milk in the future! DFA imports an unGodly amount of milk every year. don't believe it, ask them?? We can't possibly meet the demand of milk products here in the USA. We need better cattle!!

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Johnny if you can't produce enough milk for the US why are you dumping so much chocolate milk and MPC into Canada?

Thinking there are still a few good heifers available on the north side of the closed border.
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Jonny I am not sure about the rest of the US but in California the most recent projections I have seen don't paint a pretty picture for the producer. If milks production grows as it has been (4% annually) and demand grows as it has been (2% annually) that leaves us with a 2% surplus of milk. With dairys getting larger and more efficient and with technology improving ie. heifer semen, that surpluss could get even bigger. Dale I know its been killing you Canadians, but for those of us who have surpluss heifers to sale here in the US the border being closed has been really nice for our wallets.
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I would like to see a quota system in the US, as a measure of supply control. It kills me to see farm families that go back generations being forced out of business, because they can't compete, with mega dairies, at $11 milk. Processors in the US make the big bucks. As for dumping product on Canada, they wouldn't do it if the US Dept of Ag, had some balls, and cracked down on MPC that gets imported into the US. If the democrats take the White House in 2008 the EPA and the Dept of Ag, are going to see a big change, and they will be less friendly to mega dairies. The economies of scale are killing dairy farmers who milk less then 300 cows.

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in ontario you cant really buy [sign in to see URL] want more but we also relize it keeps the price consistant for our milk
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