managed to declare a profit for its fiscal year ending September 30, 2017.MMPAs membership is angry at the co-ops failure to stem marketing losses.So far, dairy products have not been specifically mentioned in the verbal sparring between China and the U. That test detects whether milk from cows comes from cows that have grazed on fresh forage.
The co-op has been forced to dump large quantities of condensed skim milk, after removing the butterfat.
Jan Shepel summarizes dairy markets analyses by Dr.
Writer Nate Wilson gives the sorry history of New York State Gov.
Cuomos failed scheme to make NY the yogurt capital of the world.
Thats the take-away from a March 14, 2018 filing by plaintiffs attorneys in the Sitts et al. DFA & DMS case now being aired in federal court in Burlington, Vermont. food processors import dairy ingredients from China? Writer Ken Rabas takes a long, insightful look at two emerging qualities for farm milk Kappa Casein BB and A2 proteins.
To counter DFAs claims that executives are not being spoiled at the expense of DFAs member-farmers, plaintiffs attorneys quote descriptions of DFAs new headquarters in Kansas. When times are tough, DFA President/CEO Rick Smith likes to sent out a hand-written letter to members. Smiths letter paints DFA as remarkably powerless to do anything about improving milk prices three-plus years into the current milk price Drought. Regardless, FDA inspectors in January 2018 found melamine-contaminated Buttermilk and Whey Protein Concentrate sent to the U. Rabas finds a remarkable correlation in sires that have the Kappa Casein BB and A2 traits. Writer Jan Shepel details the success of a Chinese businessman Zhu Like. Zhu has built a network of 1,000 dairy stores in Chinas smaller cities.
These stores are sort of like Starbucks stores, except that they sell milk and yogurt-based foods. Writer Jan Shepel details efforts by Wisconsins Ellsworth Creamery to develop markets for that co-ops cheese and cheese curds in China. Maybe because China seriously needs more dairy imports to meet needs.
The secret to marketing gains in China entails long-term, personal relationships. Writer Paris Reidhead describes a brand new lab test developed by Iowa State Universitys Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture.
OFARM the organic grain producers marketing agency reports that two ships bearing cargoes of organic grain were due to unload at the Port of Stockton, California during the first week of March. One from Argentina eventually unloaded its cargo as feed-grade wheat.