Three major dairy groups were in Mexico last week trying to repair strained relationships between the U.S. and Mexico on trade.

According to Farm Journal’s Milk, some Mexican dairy leaders question President Donald Trump’s recent policies on immigration and his desire to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.  

Tom Vilsack, secretary of agriculture and now CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council, told Mexican leaders attending the National Dairy Forum in Mexico City that the dairy industry has always considered Mexico as a “partner first and a customer second” and that the U.S. dairy industry intends to continue working with Mexico and its own dairy industry to increase dairy consumption in a way that is beneficial to both countries.........

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