Dairy Farmers of Britain lifts its milk price by 0.5p/litre

June 2007
Farmers Weekly;6/15/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 24, p24
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The article reports on the decision of Dairy Farmers of Britain to increase its milk price by 0.5p/liter. Dairy cooperative First Milk said that an increase in the value of commodities such as skimmed milk powder meant it would be paying more for its members' marginal milk. Meanwhile, milk production continues to fall behind quota with dairy farmers delivering 12.7 bn liters to processors in May 2007.


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