Milk turns sour for distributors

July 2012
Commercial Motor;7/26/2012, Vol. 218 Issue 5494, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the disruptions brought by the Farmers for Action campaign protests over milk prices to milk distributors that started on July 19, 2012, wherein, milk processing plants were blocked with tractors in various counties in England.


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