Five charts that explain the downward pressures on milk prices
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The farming industry has hit back over an article in the Daily Mail that advocates cutting back on milk consumption because it contains “pus” and “hormones”.
The doctor who wrote an article in the Daily Mail suggesting British milk is tainted by pus and hormones has apologised to dairy farmers for her comments.
First Milk has slashed both its milk prices by 3p/litre – the heaviest cut of the year so far.
In the past fortnight all of the big four processors have cut milk prices by more than a penny. Our five charts help explain why so much pressure is being felt at the farmgate.
As harvest draws to a close, we look back at some of the pictures that empitomize the spirit of harvest 2014; sun, clouds, rain, hard work, the machines and of course, the crops.