Insurance news for dairy farmers will lead to higher monthly expenses

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The expired 2008 Farm Bill could mean payments of up to 10 percent of their monthly milk income. Beginning this month, dairy farmers made insurance news as they could lose up to 10 percent of their monthly income from milk because Congress allowed the 2008 Farm Bill to expire. The element affecting the farmers is the Milk Income Loss Contract program. This program functioned as a safety net for farmers when the national price of milk fell, offering them payments during those times. However, it expired along with the Farm…

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