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Dairy farmers caught in Canadian trade dispute find buyers

Long-term solution still needed for affected dairy producers.

All but a handful of the Wisconsin dairy farms caught up in a trade dispute with Canada may have found buyers for their milk -- just in time, the Milwaukee (Wis.) Journal Sentinel reported.

Canada recently informed major Wisconsin and New York processors that, as of May 1, it would no longer have a market for their ultra-filtered milk. In Wisconsin, this action was expected to affect about 75 farmers, leaving them with no buyer for about 1 million lb. of their daily milk prod

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