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Union calls for stability as milk prices falter

NFU Scotland has called for milk buyers to deliver stability to Scottish dairy farmers as farmgate prices come under pressure.

Market signals around commodity prices, production at world and EU levels and global dairy auction, results are all positive and the union is keen that milk buyers give a strong sign to their suppliers that any price cuts now should only be temporary.

This week saw farmer-owned business First Milk reduce prices to its members by between 0.1p and 0.35p per litre – the company’s first price cut since last summer.

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