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Re: No way to start the year 2

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01-03-2018 11:30:14




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It sounds like you have both skills and ambition, so you should be able to find other work. Local job markets can vary a lot, especially when a large local employer has a big lay-off. It helps if you are prepared to travel or re-locate.

The dairy's managers was probably aware this could be coming, what are the dairy's plans? Are they running in place for the short term while looking for new markets, are they adding trucks to haul raw milk to a more distant buyer, are they looking at processing their own milk, are they looking to switch to beef cattle and grain production, are they feeding out the herd for slaughter or are they selling out to a larger dairy that has milk contracts?

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01-03-2018 19:34:05




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 Re: No way to start the year 2 in reply to ss55, 01-03-2018 11:30:14  
Not much market for any milk here right now neighbor dairy was milking 3000 cows and they went under about 2 weeks ago couldnít sell the milk . Iíve already got a few options as far as work so i think Iíll turn out ok Iím more worried about the guy I worked for than myself



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