— Wisconsin dairy farmers and cheese-makers are hoping the U-S-Mexico trade deal announced Monday will help them deal with a tight market. The agreement calls for no tariffs on dairy and agriculture products. Mexico has apparently agreed to not restrict access to its market for commonly-named U-S cheeses. An official with the Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative says no country imports more dairy products than Mexico. Farmers have been worried about losing those customers for several months. With the end of NAFTA, the U-S is immediately opening trade negotiations with Canada.