Dairy cows at a water trough© FLPA/John Eveson/REX/Shutterstock
Milk producers have missed out on £200m over the past three months because of processors failure to reflect dairy commodities price rises. Speaking ahead of The Dairy Show on Wednesday (5 October), NFU dairy board chairman, Michael Oakes said buyers must recognise the strength of current markets and start to pay sustainable, fair prices to dairy farmers. See also: Dairy margins hit six-year low The £200m figure takes into account the difference between what price farmers were paid between June and […]
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