Milk co-op announces 2p rise for dairy producers



The country’s largest milk co-operative, First Milk, has announced a 2p per litre rise in the price paid to dairy farmers for their milk from the beginning of October – the largest monthly increase for its members since 2007.
The business also forecast that its milk prices would continue to rise in the coming months.
Announcing the move, First Milk chairman Clive Sharpe said that this had been the fourth month in a row of improving prices: “The increase reflects both the improved market returns and the accelerating improvements in our own business.”
He added that milk prices were likely to... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Business, Views: 36
Source: Scotsman
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