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Tariffs Could Cost Dairy Farmers Up To $16.6 Billion
Aid Package Falls Short Of Making Up For Losses

Dairy Farmers Are Already Feeling The Impacts Of Tariffs:

Since Retaliatory Tariffs Were Announced Earlier This Year, Milk Futures Prices Have Dropped $1.2 Billion Through December. (Carol Ryan Dumas, “Tariffs Will Cost U.S. Dairy Farmers $1.5B This Year,” Capital Press, 9/11/18)

If Tariffs Remain In Place Through 2023, Dairy Farmers Could Lose Up To $16.6 Billion In Income:

If Tariffs Remain In Place Through The End Of 2018, Dairy Farmer Income Could Drop By $1.5 Billion In 2018 & $3 Billion In 2019. (Carol Ryan Dumas, “Tariffs Will Cost U.S. Dairy Farmers $1.5B This Year,” Capital Press, 9/11/18)

If Tariffs Remain In Place Through 2023, Dairy Farmers Would Lose $16.6 Billion In Income. (Carol Ryan Dumas, “Tariffs Will Cost U.S. Dairy Farmers $1.5B This Year,” Capital Press, 9/11/18)

If Tariffs Remain In Place Through 2023, Dairy Exports Could Fall By Up To $2.7 Billion:

If Tariffs Remain In Place Through The End Of 2018, Dairy Exports Could Fall By $115 Million In 2018 & $415 Million In 2019. (Carol Ryan Dumas, “Tariffs Will Cost U.S. Dairy Farmers $1.5B This Year,” Capital Press, 9/11/18)

If Tariffs Remain In Place Through 2023, Dairy Exports Could Fall By Around $2.7 Billion Or 7 Percent. (Carol Ryan Dumas, “Tariffs Will Cost U.S. Dairy Farmers $1.5B This Year,” Capital Press, 9/11/18)

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