VT Cheese Companies Face Anxiety Over Tariffs

Vermont’s dairy producers are losing markets and face rising distribution costs for products sent to China — and within the United States.

Washington Apple Industry Welcomes Removal of Tariffs

“It has been a season of challenges with the industry facing a 20% duty into Mexico, a 50% duty into China and ongoing threats of India implementing a 25% duty. The opportunity to wrap up the season with one of the major markets returning to free trade is encouraging for the upcoming season,” says Toni Lynn Adams, Communications Outreach Coordinator.

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative Applauds U.S. Ending Steel & Aluminum Tariffs

The United States, Mexico and Canada reached an agreement earlier today, announcing the roll back of metal tariffs.

Statement From Michael Dykes, D.V.M., President and CEO, International Dairy Foods Association on Section 232 Tariffs

“On behalf of our more than 500 members across the dairy industry, the International Dairy Foods Association is very pleased with news of this comprehensive agreement to remove Section 232 tariffs as well as retaliatory tariffs, delivering a more level playing field for U.S. dairy with our North American partners. ”

Wisconsin Dairy Groups Warn Continued Trade Tension With China will Have Lasting Impact

Some Wisconsin dairy groups say new tariffs exchanged with China will have a negative impact on the future of milk prices.