Not likely. When U.S. President Donald Trump rails about the very unfair things Canada is doing to U.S. dairy farmers, he is mostly talking about issues such as ultrafiltered milk. The Trump administration set out its priorities for renegotiating the North American free-trade agreement (NAFTA) in a recent letter to members of Congress. In it, the administration said it would seek to reduce various non-tariff barriers to agricultural trade, including rules limiting imports and unjustified trade restrictions on new technologies. That is an apparent reference to Canadas ingredients-pricing scheme. But the letter also pledges to eliminate all export subsidies on agricultural products, which could be interpreted as a challenge to the pricing regime that underpins Canadas dairy industry. That has prompted speculation that Canada could trade away supply management for free trade in softwoodlumber. Why did Donald Trump choose Wisconsin to deliver his dairy tirade againstCanada? Wisconsin is a major dairy-producing state. It is also a state Mr.
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Field to Feast The beginning of spring isnt what everyone expects it to be; its the end of winter produce, Cath Fiefa from Field to Feast explains. She runs the farm with her partner Hapi Fiefa in Catherine Fields using unconventional dry-land farming practices. Field to Feast harvests a phenomenal 52 weeks of the year, selling direct to consumers and wholesaling to About Life grocers. Hapi doesnt water the plants we grow as nature intended, meaning no fertiliser or manure, either, Fiefa says. Our plants grow stronger because they have to look for water, so they send roots into the ground. Snow peas, radish, lettuce, leafy greens and leeks are some of Fiefas picks of the season. Leeks now are really sweet and wonderful. People dont use them properly theyre actually a really great standalone vegetable. Chargrill them and dress with oil, lemon and garlic, or do as the French would and boil them lightly and toss in a light vinaigrette. Sunday Marrickville Organic Food Markets facebook.com/FieldToFeastSydney The Free Range Butcher Good rainfall in central and northern NSW has led to some of the best lamb in years, says Ben Clinch. And now is the best time to buy it. Its all new season, young lamb, so its going to be the best now, Clinch says. Grass-fed beef is going to be good now too because of the good season; theres a lot of good grass around, so youre getting great quality. A family-run farm now in its ninth year of operation, The Free Range Butcher is based in Barraba, 90 kilometres north of Tamworth. It sells grass-fed, 28-day dry-aged beef and lamb and pasture-fed free-range pork and poultry from its own farm and from others that share its philosophy.
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