California’s struggling dairy farmers will receive a temporary adjustment in the minimum price of milk, the Department of Food and Agriculture has announced.
The decision comes after testimony from dairy farmers at a hearing in
The adjustment includes 3 cents per gallon on fluid milk products. The temporary adjustments on other dairy product classifications will cost less than 1 cent per container in production costs but are unlikely to have an effect on consumers at the retail level.
While the temporary price adjustment is not designed to recover the financial losses that
Source: California Department of Food and Agriculture