I have no problems with farmers having city people pay full market price, as long as I am given the choice to buy U.S. milk, meats and cheeses at lower rates.
The food protection racket Canadian producers have right now means poor people aren't able to afford milk for their kids. I am typing a .25 mile away from 600 head of cattle grazing here. Why the hell is Canadian milk and cheese almost twice the price of U.S. product across the New Brunswick U.S. border? It was the same in Ontario/N.Y.
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