National Dairy Board proposes regional seat re-allocation

July 29, 2008 07:00 PM
The National Dairy Board is proposing to re-allocate the number of regional member seats to reflect changing milk production in the country. The total number of board members remains at 36.

California and southwestern regions will pick up 3 seats. The Northeast will lose two seats, and Washington/Oregon will lose one seat.

The proposed changes can be found at Comments must be submitted by August 14.

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