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'There is uncertainty in the market' - Arla announces September milk price hold

The manufacturing price will remain unchanged at 31.38ppl.

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Arla announces September price hold

Arla Foods amba’s conventional milk price will be unchanged for September 2018, with the UK manufacturing price remaining at 31.38ppl.

 

Challenges

 

Arla Foods amba board director, Johnnie Russell, said: “There is no doubt that the weather is causing some significant challenges for our farmers and, while the impact on overall European milk production has been limited so far, there is uncertainty in the market as a result of further volatility and concern on future milk volumes caused by the dry weather.”


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The manufacturing price was based on every other day collection of top quality, one million litres with 4.2% butterfat and 3.4% protein.

 

Arla farmers are paid on constituents via a manufacturing schedule. The liquid price is 30.16ppl, based on 4% fat and 3.3% protein.

 

The Arla on-account price for organic milk will remain unchanged from September 1.

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