Cows milking © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
The UK’s main milk co-ops won’t be using a recently agreed European Commission provision to voluntarily regulate milk supplies. The move allows unspent cash from last year’s €420m (£335m) emergency dairy package to compensate producers for a temporary cut in output. The UK’s dairy package cash is spent but member states may also pay state aid of up to €15,000 (£12,100) a farmer on this or other measures. See also: Milk price recovery hopes pushed back to 2017 With so […]
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