Westland delivers price warning

Lee, Anne
May 2012
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;May2012, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the price warning delivered by Westland Milk Product to all dairy farmers in New Zealand. The company has announced a reduction of its next season's pay out forecast and reduced its advance rates to 3.80 New Zealand dollars/kilogram (kg) milk solids (MS) right through to January 2013. As such, West Coast cooperative is reported to have predicted a full season pay out of 5.70-6.10 dollars/kg MS, down from its current season forecast of 6.30-6.60 dollars/kg MS.


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