"It's a big win for the American farmer just to help stabilize the market some and keep that trade open", said Newby.
But he stressed the government is committed to compensating them for any financial hit.
"By the time it enters into force, our dairy farmers can be very, very confident that they will have fair compensation", Freeland told CBC Radio's Metro Morning on Tuesday. Still, this episode provides an object lesson of the need to do everything possible to diversify Canada's export markets.
That's the same approach it took with CETA, the trade deal granting greater market access to European dairy producers.
Hall Findlay said the Class 7 concessions, combined with wider access to the dairy market for US firms, will restrict the ability of Canadian firms to compete globally.
That money comes in the form of grants to farms to update their equipment.
"How we can ensure not just that they're OK, but that they continue to have confidence in the future of the dairy sector in Canada". "Canada's closed and supply-controlled system had embarked on a program that essentially dumped milk proteins on world markets and moved American dairy farming and processing jobs, along with thousands of additional high-quality jobs, from the U.S.to Canada". The U.S. had previously negotiated a deal with Mexico in late August.
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Much of the new agreement has to do with the automotive industry, which is not really our purview, but there are several sticking points in agriculture that USMCA changes. "We are concerned, however, with increasing barriers for product sourcing (country of origin requirements) and wage standards that drive up costs for everyone, while protecting only a few jobs at the expense of many others", they wrote.
Those remarks set the stage for a bitter struggle over trade, with Trump threatening to drop Canada from the regional trade pact altogether if it didn´t yield to key U.S. demands. The deal, if completed, would put an end to over a year of negotiations to modernize the North American Free Trade agreement, first signed in the early 1990s.
"Without tariffs we wouldn't be talking about a deal", Mr Trump said.
"It's a good day for Canada", Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. Previously, American farmers could access about 10 per cent of the market-now, closer to 14 per cent.
Alberta Milk, which represents Alberta's 517 dairy farmers, says the deal will effectively mean more American milk-and less Canadian-on store shelves.
However, she says the tariffs imposed by the United States on Canadian steel are "unjustified".
Taylor, of the family-owned Viewfield Farms in Courtenay, said the farm milks 130 cows and supports local businesses.
The quota would allow for significant growth in tariff-free automotive exports from Canada above current production levels of about 2 million units, safeguarding Canadian plants. As a result, Canadian specialty stores are constantly short of Gouda, mascarpone and a galaxy of other dairy products.