Arla milk tanker© Tim Scrivener
The UK’s largest dairy company, Arla, has raised its amba on-account price for conventional milk by 1p. The farmer-owned co-operative will increase the price it pays its 2,700 UK farmers to 20.05p/litre from 1 September. Arla is the latest in a line of milk processors to raise prices as weakened sterling, increasing global commodity prices and falling nationwide milk production have aided market recovery. See also: Checklist: How dairy farmers can get ready for EU milk scheme The rise means Arla […]
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