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H.R. 3372, The Dairy Pricing Deregulation Act (2 comments ↓)

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H.R. 3372 would amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act to deregulate the Federal milk marketing order program, to publish competitive milk price survey data.

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    Saves: $23.97 per
    and decreases their $162,301.27 share of the national debt by $23.97.
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bruce gallo

January 19, 2012, 5:25pm (report abuse)

in business you take risks failure is part of the process end the price supports and let the market determine the fair price for milk and dairy products. NO ONE GIVES ME PRICE SUPPORTS VIA TAX MONEY FOR MY BUSINESS WHY SHOULD DAIRY BE ANY DIFFERENT?

richard tuhro

January 19, 2012, 9:36pm (report abuse)

the farmer who rents my farm is selling milk for the same price my dad was in 1960, and still making enough profit to stick with it(sorry Jeff). It is high time we find out what this and other subsidized products are really worth. Here is a product that likely degrades the heart health for millions that is actually being promoted by tax funds. We are pretty much the only animal that continues to consume milk after infancy, time to get our calcium from vegetables and skip the fat. Lets find ways to use our farm resources wisely not just to please special interest groups.

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