Dairy farmers met in Vermont Tuesday to discuss possible solutions to the milk-price situation that has proved so devastating over the past year. 

Farmers must stop producing the excess milk (that causes prices to fall), Bob Wellington, senior economist for the Agri-Mark cooperative in New England, reportedly told those in attendance.

A number of people at the meeting discussed the idea of supply management, or perhaps more appropriately termed “production management.” 

A national board could be appointed to manage growth and keep milk prices viable.

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Source: The Burlington Free Press