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Sent: Thu, Sep 15, 2022 3:47 pmSubject: QIP Craig, Is this accurate? The Department administers a dairy milk program known as the “Quota Implementation Plan” (“QIP”). QIP was originally intended to help maintain satisfactory marketing conditions and a reasonable...
Since we cannot get CDFA to do the right thing. So, we are taking matters into our hands. Expect a ballot in the mail in August. We will be voting on the Petition # 3 the Reversal. If you are paying right now into the QIP you will...
A little over a 1/2 billion dollars is what CDFA has cost the California Dairy industry by contravening the law since November 1, 2018. They took the money from the dairy industry and then turned it over to favored 300 dairymen without the industry getting anything...
September 13, 2021
CA Farmers, Worried About Water, May Be a Force in Recall Vote
From The New York Times, By Christian Morales – Craig Gordon, the owner of several dairy farms near Los Angeles, is a lifelong Democrat. He supported Senator Bernie Sanders for president, he doesn’t like former President Donald J. Trump and he voted for Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2018.
But lately, he said, high taxes on milk, coronavirus shutdowns that have cut into his sales and state-imposed limitations on water for agriculture have made him so angry at Mr. Newsom that he has paid for seven billboards throughout the state — most of them in the Central Valley, which produces a quarter of the nation’s food — urging people to remove the governor in Tuesday’s recall election.
Mr. Gordon said he has spent about $44,000 for the billboards. “If I had to spend my last dime to get rid of this guy, I would,” he said. School closings during the pandemic have inflicted losses in milk sales of roughly $15,000 a day, he said. Between that financial blow and his taxes, he said, he’ll have to sell his cows and close the business by next year.
Farmers are a key constituency in California, where the $50 billion agricultural sector makes up about 3 percent of the state’s gross domestic product. During this year of exceptional drought, they are feeling the pinch of water restrictions, prompting many to support the recall of Mr. Newsom and choose a successor who they feel supports small businesses and will fight hard for their water needs…