USA: Wisconsin dairy farmers stand to gain US$173m
Back payments from the US government could see Wisconsin dairy farmers gain as much as US$173m under a new price support programme. Because the programme passed in the controversial 2002 Farm Bill is retroactive to December last year, milk producers could get a second check. According to an Associated Press article, this could see dairy farmers in Wisconsin gain up to US$173m.
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