IDFA praises House for rejecting bad dairy policy in farm bill

The House's passage this week of a farm bill that includes the first steps to significant dairy policy reform was praised by IDFA. "The House-passed version of the Farm Bill will allow our industry to continue to grow and create thousands more jobs," said Jerry Slominski, IDFA senior vice president of legislative and economic affairs. "The Senate-passed version of the Farm Bill, however, continues to include the divisive milk supply management policy that is opposed by national consumer groups, supermarket chains, restaurants, taxpayers, the Teamsters union and many dairy producers, including the second-largest dairy cooperative."

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