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Pin down your dairy costs

By Emma Penny

STRUGGLING to identify areas where costs can be cut on your dairy farm?
Comparable Farm Profit could help

Would you like to know which costs are cheaper than your neighbours – and why?

Do you want to improve profitability?

Comparable Farm Profit – created in association with the Milk Development Council and the British Grassland Society – could be the helping hand youve been looking for.

While CFP is already being used by producers in grazing discussion groups, it is a tool that is suitable for use in all dairying systems.

Filling out the CFP form on FWi and comparing your results with those of a neighbour who is running a similar system can often help identify areas where costs could be cut.

  • Click here for Comparable Farm Profit on FWi

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    Pin down your dairy costs

    By Emma Penny

    STRUGGLING to identify areas where costs can be cut on your dairy farm?
    Comparable Farm Profit could help

    Would you like to know which costs are cheaper than your neighbours – and why?

    Do you want to improve profitability?

    Comparable Farm Profit – created in association with the Milk Development Council and the British Grassland Society – could be the helping hand youve been looking for.

    While CFP is already being used by producers in grazing discussion groups, it is a tool that is suitable for use in all dairying systems.

    Filling out the CFP form on FWi and comparing your results with those of a neighbour who is running a similar system can often help identify areas where costs could be cut.

  • Click here for Comparable Farm Profit on FWi

    • Read more on:
    • News

    Pin down your dairy costs

    By Emma Penny

    STRUGGLING to identify areas where costs can be cut on your dairy farm?
    Comparable Farm Profit could help

    Would you like to know which costs are cheaper than your neighbours – and why?

    Do you want to improve profitability?

    Comparable Farm Profit – created in association with the Milk Development Council and the British Grassland Society – could be the helping hand youve been looking for.

    While CFP is already being used by producers in grazing discussion groups, it is a tool that is suitable for use in all dairying systems.

    Filling out the CFP form on FWi and comparing your results with those of a neighbour who is running a similar system can often help identify areas where costs could be cut.

  • Click here for Comparable Farm Profit on FWi

    • Read more on:
    • News
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