July 2012
Farmers Weekly;7/27/2012, Vol. 157 Issue 30, p60
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The article reports on the deadline imposed by farm leaders for a reversal of milk price cuts in Great Britain in 2012. Thousands of dairy farmers are pressuring supermarkets and processors to reverse price cuts. Farmers For Action organized demonstrations in milk plants and supermarket depots across the country.


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