Dairy-cow sale© Tim Scrivener
Thousands of dairy farmers are being forced to wait for fast-improving markets to translate into farmgate price rises. In the past fortnight several processors have announced significant increases for August and September, as production in the UK continues to slip behind last year. Among the big names, Dairy Crest gave a 1p/litre rise and First Milk lifted its “A” price by up to 1.25p/litre and “B” rate by 5p/litre. But market leaders Arla and Muller have only held prices, denting […]
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