Taking the risk could lead to increased milk profitability

Stocks, Caroline; Long, Jonathan
January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/19/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The article highlights the dairy conferences "Pasture for Profit" and "Semex Dairy Conference" held in Stafford, England and Glasgow, Scotland. According to the speakers at the "Pasture for Profit" conference, opportunities to be more profitable are available for farmers willing to take risks and develop their businesses. Attendees of the "Semex Dairy Conference" agreed that current milk prices were unsustainable.


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