The coronavirus crisis has hit the dairy community especially hard and large numbers of lost orders from the foodservice sector have overwhelmed the increased support we’ve received from consumers in grocery stores. Farmers are now acutely feeling the impact of the crisis in their milk checks and a slow recovery is expected in the months ahead.
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Dairy Defined: Correction – Dairy Demand Is Not at a 56-Year High. It’s at a 60-Year High.September 22, 2020
One year ago, Dairy Defined debuted with a simple piece of myth-busting, noting that, for all the vegan-activist-inspired dreams of the “death of dairy,” dairy products are growing only more popular, with U.S. per-capita consumption…
NMPF Offers Toolbox to Dairy Farmers as Latest CFAP Round Signup Starts TodaySeptember 21, 2020
Following the USDA’s announcement last week of a new round of disaster assistance to agricultural producers, with signup beginning today, the National Milk Producers Federation has created a resource guide to help farmers understand and…
Apply Now for a Second Round of Payments Through USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance ProgramSeptember 21, 2020
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on Friday announced information on the second round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) payments, which will provide additional aid to dairy farmers due to losses generated by the COVID-19 pandemic….