Dairy cows© Tim Scrivener
Dairy co-op Arla has raised its milk price for the fourth month running, as milk supplies continue to fall and markets improve across Europe.  Arla’s 2,700 British farmers will be paid 24.63p/litre for their milk in December, up 1.49p/litre from a month earlier. Since September, Arla members have seen their prices rise 5.58p/litre in total, including the latest change. Arla Foods amba board director Johnnie Russell said there would be a similar improvement for January. See also: Muller faces vocal […]
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