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OTTAWA—The uproar over milk pricing that morphed into the growing United States-Canada trade war began 18 months ago with a series of letters that appeared to put the livelihoods of some American dairy farmers at risk. About 75 Wisconsin and Minnesota dairy farms (out of the 40,219 in the U.S.) received a letter from milk processor Grassland Dairy saying it would no longer would buy their milk. Grassland blamed it on a decision by Canadian regulators on the

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