“By somehow opening up the Canadian market to American producers, it is not going to solve their overproduction problem,” says Murray Sherk, the owner of the family-run Pinehill Dairy in Plattsville, Ontario, here with daughter Melodie Sherk. “What they need to have is some way of controlling production, because the market just gets flooded.”

"By somehow opening up the Canadian market to American producers, it is not going to solve their overproduction problem," says Murray Sherk, the owner of the family-run Pinehill Dairy in Plattsville, Ontario, here with daughter Melodie Sherk. "What they need to have is some way of controlling production, because the market just gets flooded."

“By somehow opening up the Canadian market to American producers, it is not going to solve their overproduction problem,” says Murray Sherk, the owner of the family-run Pinehill Dairy in Plattsville, Ontario, here with daughter Melodie Sherk. “What they need to have is some way of controlling production, because the market just gets flooded.”

“By somehow opening up the Canadian market to American producers, it is not going to solve their overproduction problem,” says Murray Sherk, the owner of the family-run Pinehill Dairy in Plattsville, Ontario, here with daughter Melodie Sherk. “What they need to have is some way of controlling production, because the market just gets flooded.”