Arla dairy truck© Tim Scrivener
Arla has raised the milk price for its 2,700 British farmers by 1.6p/litre, as the dairy market recovery begins to pick up pace. Co-op members will be paid 21.65p/litre in October, after the second monthly increase running. Organic members will be paid 37.2p/litre. Most of the rise comes from Arla’s improving returns, as commodity values continue to improve. Roughly 0.1p/litre comes from the co-op’s exchange rate mechanism, which gives the UK farmers an extra uplift. See also: Women in Dairy […]
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