Milk up, but still falls short of quota

November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/10/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 19, p19
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The article reports that the dairy farmers delivered 1,069m liters of milk to processors in October 2006, 10m liters more than in October 2006. Adjusted for butterfat at an average of 4.12%, this rises to 1,076m liters, 31.3m liters short of the Charles Holt/Farmers Weekly quota profile. Charles Holt of the Farm Consultancy Group said September 2006's figures had looked more encouraging at only 22m liters short.


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