Prospects For U.S. Dairy Exports
AbstractU.S. dairy companies and cooperatives have long been minor players in international dairy markets, exporting the equivalent of only 2% to 4% of domestic milk production. There are good reasons for this behavior. Sales opportunities in the large domestic market and prices offered by the USDA under the dairy price support program typically make export markets unattractive to U.S. dairy firms.
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