Definition of Fluid differential

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Fluid differential

The term 'Fluid differential ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' In federal milk marketing orders, the Class I differential is the amount added to the basic formula price to determine a regionís minimum price for milk used for fluid (drinking) purposes'.

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