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But there's a possible boon for wheat growers in states along the border with Canada, which will be required to treat USA wheat the same way it treats its own.

"One of the reasons they want access to Canada is so we can be a dumping ground for their surplus products", Wiens said.

Thank you for signing up for the Speed Feed Newsletter. Tense talks that concluded shortly before the Sunday midnight deadline gave the United States new access to the Canadian dairy market, in addition to changes that could limit Canada's global dairy exports.

"The impacts will be minimal".

Agricultural organizations are praising the agreement, particularly the dairy industry groups.

Low prices have put pressure on the industry, driving some OH farmers to leave the business entirely.

In order to keep the 24-year-old deal alive, negotiators from all three countries spent the entire weekend working over the phone. Besides, the US President threatened to go ahead with a revamped NAFTA, with or without Canada.

"It will be good for Canadian workers, good for Canadian business, and good for Canadian families", said Trudeau.

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Without such a system, den Haan says dairy farmers in the USA now have too much milk in the system and no where to send it.

Trudeau noticeably did not mention U.S. President Donald Trump in his opening remarks, saying only in answer to a direct question that the relationship with the president has been challenging during the course of negotiations.

"Because about half of NAFTA we just put on a fresh coat of paint on it", he said. The plan to compensate the supply-managed farmers stalled when the United States withdrew from the TPP in 2017.

"We just gave away four per cent of that business forever to the USA and we got nothing in return", said Bruce Sargent.

"How much is it going to change in farmer's milk checks?" Whole-milk sales were down more than 50 percent from the 1970s. "There won't be any immediate impacts but if an American product is coming into Canada, it's going to shrink the market that we have to sell our milk in". But now, things such as breakfast cereal swimming in milk have been replaced by fast-food egg sandwiches or a bagel at work. We export somewhere around 30 percent of all USA production so exports are very very important for USA pork.

Still, North is confident that as the deal is ratified and the new US quotas in Canada take effect, it will move the market positively. But Schreiner said if the new pact makes Ontario's dairy industry look more like the American industry, that's a bad move.

The National Pork Producers Council is applauding a new Canada U.S. and Mexico free trade agreement. "So by eliminating that, we're hopeful that those products will again be allowed to be exported into Canada". But he, like farmers, remains concerned about unresolved trade partner issues. However, while the United States and Mexico had reached an agreement on replacing NAFTA last month, Canada was left out.

Even so, Gov. Walker called the new trade deal "a big win for Wisconsin farmers", while Jim Holte of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau said he welcomed it with "open arms".