U.S. dairy groups call on U.S. government to levy retaliatory tariffs on Canada

Milk producers are raising concerns over Canada’s dairy commitments under the USMCA.

U.S. ag groups are now calling on officials to reject the country’s latest proposal for tariff-rate quotas.

Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative’s Mykel Wedig talked with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the proposal and what this means for U.S. dairy producers.


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