Rising Temperatures Could Make Milk More Expensive. Experts Explain Why.

October 12, 2021 Marina Pitofsky USA TODAY

Researchers have found that when temperatures spike, dairy cows may respond by producing less milk, “PBS NewsHour” reported. And with emissions threatening to make heat waves worse and lengthen warm seasons, that could mean less milk production from cows across the country.

Study Shows EU Intervention Program Wreaked Havoc on Global Dairy Prices; U.S. Groups Call for End to EU Dumping of Dairy Products in International Markets

An economic analysis published today shows the serious impact of the European Union’s Skim Milk Powder (SMP) Intervention Program on the U.S. dairy industry—especially to U.S. farm-gate milk prices—in the years 2016-2019.