Family farmers are some of the hardest-working people I know. Too many of them know what it's like to risk their land, their homes, and their livelihood, and nobody is more dedicated to doing whatever it takes to succeed. But sometimes hard work isn't enough to survive, and that's when family farmers turn to Farm Aid.Right now dairy farmers are looking to Farm Aid to speak out for them, and I'm asking you to stand with us. The USDA is asking for public comments as it decides what to do about the dairy crisis — send a message right now and tell them farmers need a fair price for their milk. The crisis facing dairy farmers isn't new. In fact, Farm Aid has been working with Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack to save these farmers for over a year now, and thousands of Farm Aid supporters like you have already spoken out. We know the USDA is listening — and we need you to speak up now. Even if you've already contacted them about this issue, take a moment right now to send them this message: family dairy farmers across the country are on the brink of disaster, and they need our help. The good news is our efforts are starting to work, and the USDA has set up an advisory committee to review the crisis facing dairy farmers. Even better, they're collecting comments from people like you and me until April 15. But this long process has already cost too many families the farms and homes they spent a lifetime building.