Dairy farmers supplying Muller who meet the conditions of the processor's Advantage scheme will see a milk price increase of 1.5p per litre from June.
Those producers who follow the programme will see their milk price rise to 41.5p per litre from 1 June 2022.
Rob Hutchison, chief operating officer at Müller Milk & Ingredients, said the increase came following "unprecedented increases in input costs and challenges facing all parts of the supply chain from farm to shelf."
"We are committed to ensuring security of supply for the millions of consumers who enjoy the dairy products we make, every day," he said.
“As ever, we will closely monitor all of the factors which influence farm gate milk price in the coming months.”
Muller's Advantage scheme aims to help up to 600 Direct farmers operate progressive enterprises whilst also addressing a range of important issues.
Support to help improve supply chain collaboration, herd health and reductions in environmental impact is also provided.
These include reducing the use of antibiotics, sustainable sourcing of animal feed, reductions in energy and water use, recycling and enhancing biodiversity.