Muller has announced it will be holding its price for September
It follows milk prices also being held in August.
A spokeman for Muller said its milk price continues to be competitive.
"Where we differ from many of our competitors is that throughout the crisis resulting from very high levels of milk supply and weak demand for commodity dairy products, our aim was to deliver a stable, competitive milk price on all litres bought from our farmer suppliers.
"We honoured our contract terms and did not expose our farmers to very low returns for excess milk from spot markets during this period.
"Whilst we agree with our farmer board that the markets are showing positive signals, we have a different view on when this can be translated into milk price.
"We are optimistic for the future and hopeful that we might see stronger returns for our business and the farmers who supply us soon."
Last week, Dairy Crest announced rises for September.