Dairy Today’s Jim Dickrell to Discuss EU-SCC Controversy on Tomorrow’s AgDay TV

April 14, 2010 09:51 AM

Tune in to AgDay Television tomorrow to hear Dairy Today Editor Jim Dickrell discuss the new European Union/Somatic Cell Count controversy.


Beginning Oct. 1, 2010, any dairy processor exporting to the European Union will need to certify that each farm that supplies milk for those exports is below 400,000 somatic cell count.


"The U.S. industry can complain all it wants whether the EU's new requirement is a new trade barrier,” Dickrell says. "But the longer the U.S. delays meeting world milk quality standards, the more barriers it imposes on itself,”


To find AgDay station listings and times for your area or to view the show on the Web, visit AgDay's Web site.


On the air for more than a quarter century, AgDay Television is the nation's longest-running daily syndicated news program focused on agriculture and rural America. Hosted by veteran Al Pell, a new edition of the program airs each weekday morning on stations coast-to-coast. The program can also be seen each weekday morning at 8


Catherine Merlo is Western editor for Dairy Today. You can reach her at cmerlo@farmjournal.com.

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