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DAT People's Choice Question of the Week: Magic?
The DAT People's Choice Question of the Week:
If you could wave a magic wand, what would you do to stabilize milk price for long term profitability for the dairy industry?  
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Tony Whitehead
March, 23 2017
I am not a big fan of magic wands. The wizard of Oz freaked me out, but bust up DFA. The big boys will make more at 16 than you will at 22. Redo the promotion boards. They are a joke. Hire a real advertising firm. Watch out for flying monkeys from Kansas City.
March, 22 2017
If I had that wand I would simply put an end to all greed.
Triple Peaks
March, 21 2017
If I could wave a magic wand, I would have DEMAND for U.S. milk products skyrocket both domestically and internationally and continue to stay high. I'm not interested in any government programs or programs that try and limit our supply. Some of them sound a bit like socialism. My job is to produce as much of the safest, highest quality milk that I can. If there was always a high demand for it then the price paid to me would be beneficial.
March, 21 2017
I would put a full line of good Wisconsin cheese in every grocery store in the United States then I would bring retail prices in line with farm prices. It's a shame that my daughter in Indiana packs her car full of cheese every time she visits me here in Wisconsin to take home because she can't buy it in Indiana. Please give me that magic wand!!!
March, 20 2017
Kris is on to something....
March, 20 2017
$22.00 if you produce 4 million or less year. Subtract $1 for every million of production after 4. If you produce 10 million a year your price would be $16.00. Guess I'm saying we should try and keep small daries