Not everyone is aware that we had a great, progressive, "fair trade," "living wage" farm bill 1942-1942. There were no farm commodity subsidies because there was no need for them.
The problem is that: 1. economically, free markets, free trade and deregulation don't work for farm commodities, so we usually have cheap prices, like cheap corn, and all the problems it causes for farmers, consumers, Least Developed Countries, etc.; and 2. although that was fixed politically with progressive legislation during and after the New Deal, under corporate pressure, Congress reduced (1953-1995) and eliminated (1996-2012) these programs.
This bill specifically addresses the dairy aspect of that, by placing a floor under dairy prices and managing the supply, instead of cheap prices for big corporate buyers plus subsidies for farmers. In this bill, the corporations must pay fair prices, and no subsidies are needed. Read: