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Established in 1971, Family Dairies USA has earned its reputation in the Midwest as being the premier dairy cooperative for delivering its supply of milk to markets in the surrounding area. Family Dairies ability to market its milk to a number of unique quality plants allows it to ship to all four classes of milk! This flexibility allows Family Dairies USA to provide a strong consistent pay price to its patrons.

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FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative Welcomes Dairy Farmers to Attend Workshop Series

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative welcomes dairy farmers to attend the cooperative’s Producer Discovery Workshop series as part of its 2020 Annual Meeting taking place on Friday, February 14, 2020 at the Premier Best Western Hotel & Convention Center in Oshkosh, Wis. “Opening the doors to our Producer Discovery Workshops allow for more dairy farmers to learn what industry experts have to say about key topics that affect our industry. The more dairy farmers engaging in these thought-provoking discussions ultimately benefits the industry as a whole,” says John Rettler, dairy farmer and president of FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative. “Education is part of the foundation of this cooperative, and we are proud to extend these workshops to all dairy farmers.”

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FarmFirst Applauds USMCA Passage

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative applauds today’s landslide passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement with the ending vote of 89 to 10. “Today’s resulting vote in the Senate showcases a strong bipartisan support for this modern trade agreement and ultimately strong support to get U.S. dairy products to be exported to our neighbors to the north and south,” says John Rettler, dairy farmer from Neosho, Wis. and president of FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative. “Getting to this point with USMCA has been no small feat. We extend our appreciation to our U.S. Trade Ambassadors and congressional leaders who have made this a priority. Our members are looking forward to the benefits that will be reaped once the trade agreement is fully implemented.”

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FarmFirst Applauds USMCA Progress, Seeks Swift Passage of Trade Deal

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative applauds the agreement reached on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. FarmFirst urges lawmakers to work diligently on legislation that will lead to its passage yet this year. “The agriculture industry has been eagerly awaiting the passage of the USMCA, especially dairy,” says John Rettler, dairy farmer from Neosho, Wis. and president of FarmFirst. “This new trade agreement addresses Canada’s Class 7 pricing issue as well as expanding market access for U.S. dairy.”

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