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Note, all standard litre prices are those quoted by www.milkprices.com and are based on the following:
The liquid standard litre 4% bf, 3.3% protein, 30,000/ml Bactoscans, 200,000/ml SCC, 1 million litres a year on EODC but before seasonality, monthly profile payments, balancing, B price additions, capital retentions or annual incentive schemes. The manufacturing standard litre is to exactly the same specification with the exception of 4.2%bf and 3.4% protein.

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2ppl milk price increase for suppliers to Yew Tree Dairy (liquid) – from 1st June

This takes producers standard liquid litre price to 42ppl

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2ppl milk price increase for suppliers to Wells Farm Dairy (liquid) – from 1st June

This takes producers standard liquid litre a shade over 42ppl

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2ppl milk price increase for First Milk members – from 1st June

This takes producers manufacturing standard litre price to 42.05ppl and based on a liquid standard litre to 40.65ppl

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2.3ppl milk price increase for suppliers to Wyke Farms (cheese) – from 1st June

This increase takes producers manufacturing standard litre price to 43.81ppl and based on a liquid standard litre to 42.3ppl

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2.25ppl milk price increase for suppliers to Crediton Dairy (liquid) – from 1st June

This increases producers standard liquid litre price to 42.5ppl

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1.25ppl milk price increase for suppliers to Meadow Foods (liquid) – from 1st June

This increases producers liquid standard litre to 42.25ppl and based on a manufacturing standard litre to 42.875ppl

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1.18ppl milk price increase for M&S aligned suppliers – from 1st May

This takes producers standard liquid litre price to 41.21ppl

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0.75ppl milk price increase for Tesco aligned suppliers – from 1st June

This takes producers standard liquid litre price to 41.59ppl (Muller) & 41.34ppl (Arla)

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0.94ppl milk price increase for Sainsburys aligned suppliers – from 1st June

This takes producers standard liquid litre price to 40.44ppl (Muller) & 40.32ppl (Arla)

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AMPE sets a new 56.32ppl record as does MCVE at 51.98ppl

Both dairy market indicators continue to head North and break all records according to AHDB Dairy Analysts.  See the table at the top of this bulletin.  It’s worth reminding you what both mean AMPE (Actual Milk Price Equivalent) is an indicator of the factory gate value of a litre of milk used for butter and skimmed milk powder MCVE (Milk for Cheese Valu

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Muller announces additional investment in the UK coupled with plans to expand both domestic and export demand for British Dairy Products

Muller has announced further plans to bolster its range of products with increased production of extended life milk products at its Droitwich factory in addition to expanding its UK butter manufacturing and upgrading its yoghurts & desserts facilities at Market Drayton. This is part of a 5-year investment with the clear focus on both the UK domestic market, including displacing imports, as well as exporting British Dairy products to the EU and beyond.

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GDT crashes by 8.5%

Today’s GDT Auction has crashed back a massive 8.5% in only two weeks to average US $4419 tonne.  This is the fourth consecutive drop and must now be a concerning international trend and its hoped the key reason is connected to Shanghai Port lockdown. Total quantity sold 25,163 tonnes to 107 winning bidders out of 132 participating bidders. Notable movements were Butter down 12.

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