MILC

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AcronymDefinition
MILCMilk Income Loss Contract
MILCMirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera (photography)
MILCMetal-Induced Lateral Crystallization
MILCModified Implementation of the LINC (Linear Amplification Using Nonlinear Components) Concept
MILCMontreal International Language Centre (Canada)
MILCMassena Independent Living Center (New York)
MILCMennonite Indian Leaders Council
MILCModified Intermediate Load Cycle
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Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency (2013), Milk Income Loss Contract Program.
Also, dairy farms benefit from direct payments when market prices fall below a mandated target price under the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program; from established minimum farm prices for fluid-grade milk under federal milk marketing orders; and from dairy export subsidies through the Dairy Export Incentives Program (DEIP).
purchases of milk and butter and a five percent cut in the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC).
29 Countercyclical Payments, Milk Income Loss Contract Outlays, Loan Deficiency Payments, and ACRE Payments) Conservation Programs (including Conservatoin Reserve, $6.
It also objected that the bill would increase the payment rate for the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program and increase the quantity of milk that is eligible to receive MILC payments.
The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) is urging members of Congress to reject legislation introduced on February 3 that would double the size of the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) subsidy, a costly and divisive program initially intended to help dairy producers that has already cost American taxpayers over $2 billion.
Small and medium-sized operations have been encouraged to push production due to the government's Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program.
It does not include language for a controversial new dairy gross margin/supply management program, but instead extends the milk income loss contract (MUX) program through next September.
The Milk Income Loss Contract dairy subsidy, or MILC, at the 34% rate, was due to expire at the end of August and will be extended by a month to the end of September.
The Milk Income Loss Contract program, a subsidy paid to farmers when milk prices fall below $16.
Schumer working to save MILC: The milk income loss contract program faces a brighter future in the new Senate, Sen.
dairy policy that would eliminate the current price support program and the milk income loss contract program and replace them with a program that would provide gross margin insurance.