Wisconsin Dairy Producers Upgrade Due To Tax Incentive

US - Wisconsin's dairy producers have made $500 million worth of upgrades on their farms due in part to a tax incentive the state is offering them, according to Jim Cisler, a dairy consultant in the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
calendar icon 7 December 2006
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The Dairy Investment Tax Credit lets farmers get back 10 cents on every $1 they pump back into their dairies.

Cisler said that any improvements farmers make related to the dairy operation are eligible, such as fixing fences or building upgrades.

Source: Channel 3000
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