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1 July 2015| Dairy,News

Müller UK & Ireland has confirmed that it is to change the milk price it offers dairy farmers for the first time in five months. The company has given dairy farmer suppliers a month’s notice that its milk price will reduce by 1.0 ppl to 23.15 ppl from August 1, 2015. Martin Armstrong, Head of Milk Supply for Müller UK & Ireland said: “We have worked to maintain a stable milk price to the farmers who supply us throughout the peak milk pro...





1 July 2015 | Dairy,News
Müller UK & Ireland confirms August milk price - reduction by 1.0 ppl to 23.15 ppl

Müller UK & Ireland has confirmed that it is to change the milk price it offers dairy farmers for the first time in five months. The company has gi...


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19 June 2015 | Dairy,Finance,News,NFU
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First Milk’s accumulated pre-tax losses of around £22m, during the past financial year, highlights the unprecedented volatility that the dairy sector ...


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