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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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Saputo (Davidstow AKA Dairy Crest) to stand on/hold its producer Milk Price for October

This is an impressive 8th consecutive month hold at a manufacturing standard litre price of 29.90ppl and based on a liquid standard litre 28.82ppl.

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South Caernarfon Creameries (Cheese) to stand on/hold its producer Milk Price for October

This is the fifth consecutive hold and continues a manufacturing standard litre price of 28.03ppl and based on a liquid standard litre 27.09ppl.

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Glanbia Cheese to stand on/hold its producer Milk Price for October

This means the existing manufacturing standard litre price of 27ppl continues.

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1.25ppl Milk Price reduction for suppliers to Yew Tree Dairy (Liquid) - From 1st October

This takes Yew Trees standard liquid litre milk price to 25.5ppl

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0.033ppl Milk Price reduction for M&S aligned suppliers from 1st of October – but who cares?

It’s a tiddly reduction which still results in a 1st of October liquid standard litre price of 33.32ppl. According to www.milkprices.com this is 1.91ppl above the 31.41ppl paid a year ago and is a whopping 1.93ppl higher that the 5 year M&S average price of 31.39ppl.

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Paynes Dairies to stand on/hold its producer Milk Price for September

This means the existing liquid standard lire price of 26.75ppl will continue.

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Meadow Foods (Liquid) to stand on/hold its producers Milk Price for October

This means the existing liquid standard litre price of 25ppl continues.

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Wells Dairy (Liquid) to stand on/hold its producers Milk Price for October

This means the existing liquid standard litre price of standard of an estimated 25.3ppl continues.

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Pensworth Dairies (Liquid) to stand on/hold its producer price for October

This means the existing liquid standard litre price of 24ppl will continue.

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Pattemores (Liquid) to stand on/hold its producer Milk Price for October for a 4th consecutive month

This results in a continuation of its very credible liquid standard litre price of 27.15ppl and based on a manufacturing standard litre 28.05ppl

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Processors still to announce their 1st October Milk Price

Medina who appear to have joined Helers in avoiding any communication over milk prices with Ian. However, having reduced its 1st of September standard liquid litre price what some producers claim is a standard litre price under 24ppl its not surprising Medina are keen to avoid publicity. Note this figure excludes the 0.45ppl Medina loyalty bonus some Medina suppliers receive.

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1ppl Milk Price reduction for Muller Direct Farmers – from 1st October

This takes producer’s standard litre price to 25.75ppl for the majority of producers who meet the Muller direct premium (estimated to be 80% of producers) which others will receive a standard litre price of 25.25ppl. The 0.5ppl premium is paid to qualifying farmers annually in arrears effectively as a 13th payment. In the press release Muller comment that the price reduction “reflects record levels of milk production at a time when the industry is facing marginal decline in demand for fresh milk and other dairy products”.

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