Why U.S. dairy has more to lose than gain in NAFTA negotiations

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Opinion

Since the U.S. opened the NAFTA talks, and even before that, U.S. Dairy Export Council President Tom Vilsack has been pushing hard for more dairy access in the Canadian market. He has stressed the need for increased competition in North America, saying the consumer will ultimately win. I’ve heard him speak several times and the message has been consistent. Until now. Vilsack was on AgriTalk with Mike Adams this week, where he said that U.S. dairy wants change, but he stressed they do not want the death of NAFTA. When I heard him say this, it reminded me of Vilsack…

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