Volume X, No. 5
The New Frontier
A special introduction to this issue of AgExporter by the Director of the Dairy, Livestock and Poultry Division of FAS.
Shelter in the Face of Stormy Market Changes
Rev your engines and prepare for a wild ride. Change is a given--and the global competition's about to accelerate.
The Dairy Export Incentive Program
Commodities eligible include milk powder, butterfat and a number of cheeses.
Nuts and Bolts of Dairy Exporting
Here are some practical tips on getting the information and help you need to take those vital first steps in exploring foreign markets for your products.
The U.S. Dairy Export Council: Going to Bat for U.S. Producers
In just a few years, the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) has emerged as a staunch champion of the U.S. dairy industry, helping it to boost exports worldwide.
USDEC's Leaders Share Trade Views and Advice
In an in-depth interview, USDEC's directors offer valuable insights on dairy trade trends, policies and opportunities.
Churning Up the Export Numbers in 1997
Yes, there were ups and downs, but U.S. producers made long strides in 1997.
A Home for U.S. Cheddar in the United Kingdom
It took hard work, shrewd promotions and more than a little help from an international trade agreement, but these Vermonters made it happen.
The Best Whey to Expand Exports
The cat's out of the bag--whey and lactose are now superstars in the global marketplace.
Spilt Milk? No, Just Policy Disputes
In an increasingly fierce global marketplace, we occasionally face off against friends who are also competitors. This time, it's Canada and the European Union.
Priscilla B. Glynn
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