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He’s one of the young farmers leading a resurgence in the industry that aims to re-establish more local food systems in the state, where Maine is leading the way. But before that really takes off, he said, the state needs to put its money where its mouth is. More specifically, more accessible funding needs to be available to the folks who grow food that Mainers put in their mouths.
The idea for the meeting goes back almost 10 years, when some local growers who were connected to the Mount Hope Produce Auction, got to thinking about a way to provide a meeting that would serve the local growers — especially small-scale growers, like the Amish
I anticipate milk prices to drop by about $4/cwt in December, with a Class III price closing in the low $18/cwt.
The farm with endless rows of hillside Christmas trees and historic structures was the perfect place for a recently released film, “A Christmas tree miracle.” The behind-the-scenes story for the movie filmed on the Ohio farm got its start in 2011, just before Christmas.
The program, established by the 2014 Farm Bill, protects participating dairy producers when the margin — the difference between the price of milk and feed costs — falls below levels of protection selected by the applicant.