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000169481 245__ $$aExplanation of Farmer Benefits of the Proposed Connecticut Milk Pricing Laws Presented to Connecticut Farm Bureau Dairy Committee and Litchfield Dairy Committee Joint Meeting
000169481 260__ $$c2003-04
000169481 269__ $$a2003-04
000169481 270__ $$mRonald.Cotterill@UConn.edu$$pCotterill,   Ronald
000169481 300__ $$a6
000169481 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000169481 490__ $$aIssue Papers
000169481 490__ $$a35
000169481 520__ $$aFarmers want to know how this proposed law will benefit them. This briefing paper explains in a general fashion how the proposed law benefits farmers. Actual
benefits from the law will depend critically on the detailed regulations that the
Commission promulgates. Those details will include the price collar rates at wholesale
and retail, the raw milk price that the wholesale collar is applied to (for example, we propose using the average price of raw milk used by processors for products: whole –
3.25%, 2%, 1% and skim), and any special allowances/exemptions for small retailers and
the added cost of delivery to them. Understand, however, that the bulk of all fluid milk marketed in Southern New England is processed by three processors and marketed at retail by at most eight chains including convenience chains.
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000169481 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000169481 650__ $$aDemand and Price Analysis
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000169481 700__ $$aCotterill, Ronald
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