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Alternatives for acquiring additional Oregon milk market quota

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  • In Oregon Milk Marketing Area One, milk producers receive a higher price for that portion of their milk sold within their quota allot­ments. Each year the Milk Stabilization Division of the Oregon De­partment of Agriculture determines the amount of quota allotted to each producer. Producers can acquire additional milk market quota either by purchasing it from other producers (subject to certain regulations) or by earning it through the production of milk in excess of the allotment. The objective of this research was to determine the maximum amount which the producer could profitably pay to purchase additional quota, rather than earn it. Guidelines are provided to help the producer determine the appropriate break-even price, given his situation and expectations.
  • Published January 1974. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:
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