Here’s a little bit of news for you dairy farmers. It sounds like there’s a lot still going on behind the scenes in Washington, DC on the Milk Income Loss Contract expiration. This report is from my partner and wife, Cindy.
I guess the Milk Income Loss Contract expired yesterday. The last story I’ve been able to find on it was late yesterday. According to this story in the Idaho Statesmen.com, not all dairy groups are upset about it. I’m sure we’ll know more about it Monday. I mention it here because I saw a lot of stories on it the last couple days. And because I’m getting ready to head to World Dairy Expo tomorrow and won’t be posting until after I get there, unless I find something of interest early tomorrow.
It seems like we just reported on the new CME cash-settled butter futures contract and now we have new information. CME, along with the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) are co-sponsoring a series of free workshops around the nation this autumn. “This educational program will provide an in-depth look at this innovative risk management tool, which could be of great … Read More