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UK dairy processor, Crediton Dairy has announced a fixed price contract in an effort to offset dairy market volatility. The contract, which was conceived in response to producer requests, will pay Crediton’s dairy farmers a standard litre price of 28p/litre for 24 months. The move means the Devon-based processor joins the likes of Muller, Lactalis, County Milk and Yew Tree Dairy, who all have fixed price offerings. See also: Milk contracts: what farmers need to check The contract will allow farmers […]
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