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'Losing two farms a day': Wisconsin is facing a serious dairy crisis. Is this more of Trump's winning?

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    I prefer almond milk. What does this have to do with Trump?

    Chris
    Lv 7 8 months ago 0 3
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  • I prefer almond milk. What does this have to do with Trump?

    Chris 8 months ago 0 3
  • Wisconsin only narrowly went to Trump three years ago.  No Republican had won since 1984.  Only bound to switch back.

    Anonymous 8 months ago 3 0
  • Sadly, yes.  Many farmers find themselves in financial danger because of him.  The ones that are doing well are the really big - usually corporate - farms that received hand-outs from him.

    Anonymous 8 months ago 3 0
  • Remember many of them  were prepare to sacrifice for the man.   Because 100 years from now they may win. 

    Kongfucius 8 months ago 1 0
  • i wouldnt think trump had anything to do with it

    Pearl 8 months ago 1 3
  • It is, and he's right. We are sooooo tired of winning.

    humpty 8 months ago 0 1
  • Not surprising, with Trump's tariffs. Your source blames overproduction and no place to sell, no market.

    Thanks to Trump, American dairy exports to China fell; they lost that market.

    "According to a September analysis by the U.S. Dairy Export Council, American dairy solids exports to China fell by 43% overall in the 11 months starting in July 2018, when China enacted the first round of retaliatory tariffs on U.S. dairy products. About 3.7 billion pounds of U.S. farmers’ milk had to find other markets during that span, the analysis found."

    Trump has done a great deal of harm to America.

    Jim2 8 months ago 5 0
  • These farmers voted for Trump and now they are suffering the consequences. Hopefully they'll think twice before voting in 2020. 

    Anonymous 8 months ago 7 1
  • Same as Pennsylvania.

    Folks like Walmart buy from dairy conglomerates instead of localized co-opts, huh????

    Thomas CNSRV 8 months ago 4 0
  • So what you're saying is Wisconsin's becoming lactose intolerant. Whewwee, sh*t's gonna get messy!

    Nancy 8 months ago 3 0
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