Milk Pricing in the United States
by Donald Blayney
and Alden C. Manchester
Agriculture Information Bulletin No. (AIB-761) 24 pp, February 2001
Over the past 125 years, a complex system of both public and private pricing institutions has evolved to deal with milk production, assembly, and distribution. The pricing of milk in the United States is part market-determined, and part publicly administered through a wide variety of pricing regulations. This report examines the many facets of pricing milk as it moves from the farm gate to alternative users
Keywords: Milk, prices, dairy policy, milk products, dairy products, milk production, United States, dairy cooperatives, price supports, milk marketing, Federal milk market orders
In this publication...
- Frontmatter (Title page, Contents, Summary),
- U.S. Dairy Industry in Brief,
- How the Pricing System Evolved,
- The Milk Pricing System in the Future,
- Information Sources,
- Appendix A: Federal Milk Marketing Order Price Formulas,
- Entire report,
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