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Crediton Dairy guarantees minimum 30ppl milk price for the rest of 2018

Crediton Dairy has guaranteed a minimum price to its farmers of 30ppl for the remainder of the year in an effort to offer farmers some certainty as costs rise on the back of the heatwave.

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The dairy wrote to its suppliers confirming a 1ppl increase for September, taking its liquid standard litre price to 30ppl.


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A spokesman said: "We remain confident that milk prices will remain strong for the rest of 2018 and as such we have committed to a standard litre farmgate price of 30.00ppl as a minimum for the rest of 2018.

 

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"Naturally, should markets strengthen again we would expect our price to increase further.

 

"We are very aware of the huge cost pressures on-farm as a consequence of the drought. As such we have taken this decision to give some certainty about milk price until the end of the year."

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