Wisconsin Dairy Farmers Searching for a Solution as May 1st Deadline Approaches
Posted: Apr 13, 2017 7:03 PM CDT
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The clock is ticking for about 75 Wisconsin dairy farmers. They were told as of May 1st, their milk would no longer be bought by their processor, Grassland Dairy.
They site a policy on trade with Canada but state and federal lawmakers are stepping in. Wisconsin's entire congressional delegation wrote a letter to President Trump's Administration asking it to act on Canadian Trade. Lawmakers believe Canada is violating trade obligations.
The affected dairy farmers have scheduled a private meeting for tomorrow where they will try and come up with a solution of their own.