Comments to IP Dairy Farmer Article August 2015 Last months article concentrated on Tesco.
I think A B limits will be introduced by milk buyers based on production, but I can understand why a large number of producers are buying" just in case.
If it isnt then, well, we may as well have all of the bad news now, instead of a bit now, and a bit more later.Initially milk will be sourced from DFB.Instead I will sit back and watch with interest to see if the organisation will ensure its private sex contacts nurnberg reputation sees a U-turn in 2014 and whether its campaigns are well-thought out, or whether it will further deteriorate.It cant drop much more, and the odds are stacked firmly on the side of an upward movement in price during the year.In this article, therefore, I am going to concentrate on one idea put to me whose origins stem from the old DFB camp.On that note there is one financial winner out of this mess DairyCo - because the extra milk produced in the past 12 months has netted them an extra 600,000.The thought of a cheese war will be music to the ears of the retailers, but the victims will be the farmer members.IF UK retailers wont pay a market price for the milk, developing countries will.It is highly unlikely a decision will be reached before March, with the matter due to be debated within the Special Committee on Agriculture at the end of February.When I received them one of the pages that particularly caught my eye was page 23 and the section headed Directors Remuneration.
The board were looking down both barrels of a gun. .
Nothing less will.
Tesco could do what it did because of our industrys liquid milk overcapacity, and the fierce competition between milk buyers to pinch business.
Especially the robots which pick up the milk trolleys and take them to the store for dispatch.It is a real sign of theirs and dairy farmers commitment to a long term, prosperous milk industry in this country." Fancy that! .But DFB must not be allowed to fail because if it does every dairy farmer in the UK will catch a cold.Some are even brazenly saying that what Tesco pays for includes some non-dairy costs, which they believe they have been smart in lumping into the cost of production!In my opinion SFPs will continue beyond 2012, and I fail to comprehend defras extreme view that it should end.