New Brunswick balks at quota caps

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Speculation is Baloney ,
The price of quota is a reflection of an operator's ability to profit based on his personal situation. Spreading costs over larger more efficient units allows operator to pay more. End of story.
Any employee espousing such crap should be kicking his lunchpail down the street.

Does the quota cap take in to account inflation or is the capping of quota at $25000 an way to eventually make milk quota worthless?? What will $25000 be able to buy in 20 years from now??

A concerned dairy farmer.

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