U.S. dairy farmers are feeling the squeeze.
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Capital Press File

Average feed costs are up more than $5 per hundredweight compared to a year ago, according to the April 23 Dairy and Food Market Analyst.

“A low-cost dairy farmer that broke-even at $15 per cwt milk in 2020 will now need $20 to make money,” the DFMA stated.

“That means many milk producers, especially those that are buying spot feed and are receiving a milk price that is close to Class IV, are deep in the red.”

Arla Foods is examining how dairy farming can help improve soil biology, carbon capture, water quality and biodiversity via regenerative farming methods.

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