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FarmFirst Talks Trade with VP Mike Pence
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Nominations Open for Director, Delegate & D&R Committee
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What to Know About the Dairy Margin Coverage Program
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The Value of the U.S. Border with Mexico
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Learn about our Disaster Benefits for Members
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The Basics of the Dairy Revenue Protection Insurance
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Undeniably Dairy.

It's always been about dairy producers and their cows.  
As it should be.

Established in 2013, FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative was created out of a deep dairy heritage that always put members first. Today, that farmer focus remains. Whether it's verifying test results, offering leadership opportunities or keeping you up-to-date on legislative issues, FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative works hard to provide quality service, fair representation and timely information for its members. We're member-owned. Member-driven. Member-focused. Because at the end of a long, hard day, what matters most are the people that are standing by you, and your farm.

We're there. That's FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative.

FarmFirst Applauds the New Alfalfa Calculation in DMC Program

“This is great news and is something that has been a FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative policy for quite some time. We are happy to see it being implemented into the DMC program,” says Jeff Lyon, General Manager for FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative. “This adjustment to the calculation will more closely align with dairy farmer costs and provide a more accurate margin payment. Dairy farmers are looking to this new margin program to work, and making this significant improvement will ensure that the program is working as it was intended.”

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FarmFirst Awards 17 Scholarship to Students

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative continues its commitment to higher education by awarding $18,000 in scholarships this year to 17 deserving students. The cooperative has been generously providing scholarships for seven years and more than $145,000 has been awarded to 165 students since 2013.

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Disaster Benefits Program Continues to Pay FarmFirst Members on Milk Loss

Eleven FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative members from Wisconsin, Iowa and South Dakota will be receiving a disaster claim payment for milk loss as a result of blocked roadways due to snow, barn collapse due to heavy snow and a barn fire. This wave of payments totals more than $21,000 bringing the grand total for disaster payments during 2019 to more than $45,000 for 44 cooperative members.

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