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19 October 2016 11:17:13 |Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News

First Milk announces milk price increase for November

First Milk announces 5ppl B milk price increase for November for all membership pools and a minimum 1ppl rise on A prices

First Milk announces 5ppl B milk price increase for November for all membership pools and a minimum 1ppl rise on A prices

First Milk has announced a 5ppl milk price increase for November.
The increase consists of 5ppl B price increase taking it to 25ppl for all pools from 1st November.
And minimum 1ppl A price increase for all non-aligned pools also from 1st November.
"As occurred with our 5ppl B price increase for August, this latest uplift to 25pl gives members a clear indication that we expect our A prices to follow," said Chairman Clive Sharpe.
"Our next announcement will be later this month when we finalise November A prices.
"First Milk is well positioned to capitalise on the current strength of the market and we are confident we will continue to improve members’ cash-flow."


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