First Milk flag© Tim Scrivener
Members of dairy co-op First Milk should receive more specific figures on how the business is performing at its AGM on Friday (30 January). The firm has insisted it is in strong shape for the year ahead, after it chose to delay farmers’ milk payments by two weeks and raise the amount of capital they had to invest each month to fill a £10m cashflow hole. On Wednesday (28 January), First Milk released its accounts for the year to March […]
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