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AgweekTV: Outlook for Dairy

The shortterm outlook for dairy prices is weak, according to one expert, who notes the questions about the future of trade. Mexico and Canada are big buyers of U.S. dairy, which increases the importance of the ongoing NAFTA negotiations. Jim Salf...

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The shortterm outlook for dairy prices is weak, according to one expert, who notes the questions about the future of trade. Mexico and Canada are big buyers of U.S. dairy, which increases the importance of the ongoing NAFTA negotiations. Jim Salfer is an educator with the University of Minnesota Extension. He talked about factors driving milk prices and profits at the North Dakota Dairy Convention. Jenny Schlecht has more.

To read more about the dairy convention, click here.

To read more about the North Dakota Livestock Alliance, click here.

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