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The Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) is a major advocate for the US dairy industry, but it is not just about getting milk for the cows.
The organization’s goal is to help farmers and processors get milk from the American market, and it has a huge financial stake in the industry.
The group is the largest and most influential lobbying organization for the dairy industry.
The dairy industry has a lot to lose if it does not adopt a more environmentally-friendly, humane and socially responsible approach.
The US dairy farm is not the only dairy producing nation in need of such assistance.
The dairy industry is also a major consumer of milk in countries like China, India, Vietnam, Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and elsewhere.
The United States has one of the highest rates of milk consumption among industrialized nations.
In the US, about 25% of all milk is produced from cows raised on US soil, which accounts for a significant portion of total milk production.
The United States dairy industry employs more than 8.2 million people, more than half of them farm workers, and the vast majority of them are low-wage, non-union employees.
The average dairy worker makes $10.85 an hour and pays for health insurance, retirement and other benefits.
In 2014, dairy production and the US economy collectively created 1.7 million jobs, according to the US Department of Labor.
The US dairy lobby is very important to the dairy companies, but its influence has not been limited to lobbying.
As the dairy farm industry becomes increasingly dependent on imports, the US is likely to see more demand for dairy products, including milk.
In recent years, dairy farmers have seen their prices increase in an effort to protect their market share.
The DFA and other major agricultural lobby groups are in favor of a carbon tax.
But the dairy farmers association is not a big fan of a cap, saying it will be a burden on farmers and would hurt the industry’s competitiveness.
In a statement to Breitbart News, DFA President Chris Liddell said, “There is no question that a carbon cap would hurt our industry.
Our farmers, their families and the American people deserve a fair price for their milk.
Our nation has been a major producer of milk for more than 500 years and we have a long and proud history of using the highest quality milk.
A carbon tax would only slow that progress and put Americans at greater risk of disease and illness from climate change.”
In a previous interview, Liddll said that he does not think the US government should be taking any steps to limit the amount of carbon dioxide that the nation can emit.
“I don’t think it is a prudent step to start limiting carbon emissions in this way,” Liddoll said.
“There are many other things that can be done in the future to lower emissions and we can start there.
We should not do it in the near term.”
The dairy farmer and former president of the DFA also told Breitbart News that there is no way to prevent the US from using more renewable energy, such as solar, wind, and other renewables.
He said it would be more effective to focus on climate change mitigation, which he believes would lower emissions.
“It would be a tremendous investment to invest in renewables, not just for the United States but for the world,” Lydell said.
The American dairy farmers and other farmers and ranchers are in a tough spot.
The DFA is the biggest lobbying organization in the dairy trade, and is influential in shaping policy for the industry, especially in the states where the dairy is made.
“Our farmers have always been a strong supporter of the American dairy industry,” Lidy said.