The dairy industry has been hit hard by rising milk prices.
So far, the price of milk has gone up about 25% since 2008, and the industry says its already seeing price increases of about 50% annually.
A recent study found that in 2014, the average price of a litre of milk in the United States rose by 10.4%.
The average price for a litres of milk across the world went up by just under 5% last year.
But the dairy industry is getting hit especially hard by the cost of milk.
The average cost of a gallon of milk is about $3.80, according to a report from the US National Milk Producers Federation, or NMPF.
The milk price index is at a record high.
The report said that this is due to “high commodity prices, the weak US dollar and increasing demand for dairy products worldwide.”
The price of Canadian dairy products has been at a new all-time high.
It’s about 7.5% higher than last year, and now sits at $10.40 a gallon, according the NMPP.
The US is the only country that has a price index that is higher than Canada’s.
But it has a low milk price, at $2.74 a liter.
The price index also shows that there is more demand for milk than supply.
The NMPPF said that the average number of dairy farmers in the US was about 1,700 last year compared to about 2,000 in Canada.
But that number is growing.
“The number of U.S. dairy farms has been growing in recent years, and this increase has coincided with an increase in demand,” the report said.
The National Dairy Council said that in recent months, “more dairy producers are choosing to expand their operations to expand production and expand production locations.”
There are more than 1,300 dairy farms in the U. S. and the number of farms in Canada is about 3,400, according, the NMC.
But if you look at the numbers of milk produced in Canada, you’ll see that in 2012, only a little over 1% of the milk produced there was exported, according Canada’s dairy industry association.
Canada has seen an increase of about 1% in exports of milk, compared to the United Kingdom.
Canada is a major buyer of dairy products, and has about $7.5 billion in exports per year, according Tokema Consulting.
It says that “Canada’s dairy market is the largest in the world, and we have over 500,000 farms operating in the country, making it one of the largest dairy exporting countries in the Western Hemisphere.”
The Canadian dairy industry, however, is a tough place to find work.
There are no jobs in the industry and the only way to make money is by paying rent and working at home.
The dairy companies are facing competition from cheaper and more profitable alternative options.
“If you want to be in a competitive sector, you need to have a very strong position,” says Tokemash Consulting’s Mr. McAfee.
“It takes a strong product and a very good product, and you can’t compete with a better product.
If you don’t have that, you’re going to struggle.”
Dairy producers say they’re hoping to have the industry recover soon.
“This is a time when people need to step up and find a better job,” says Ms. Wintemute.
“We’ve got to get back to the good times and get the jobs back.”