An Omsco lorry drives down a lane© FLPA/REX/Shutterstock
The UK’s largest organic dairy co-operative, OMSCo, has raised its milk price by 1p/litre with effect from 1 October. The increase means the co-op’s 270 owner-members will receive an average of 41.7p/litre for milk this winter, coupled with a 0.25p/litre bonus related to cell counts. Many OMSCo suppliers are also members of premium pools, such as the United States Department of Agriculture-aligned group, receiving up to 5p/litre on top of their average price. See also: What are the prospects for UK dairy […]
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