Dairy cows in a yard© Tim Scrivener
First Milk members join many other milk producers who will get no price rise for December. World dairy commodity markets movements and a softer outlook for future market performance were to blame, said farmer director and vice-chairman Jim Baird. “Our continued focus remains on driving efficiency and quality through our operations, building on our strong, long-term relationships to deliver competitive total returns to our members.” The price hold follows four consecutive months of milk price increases by the co-op. See […]
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