At the same time, they will waiting like vultures for the first opportunity (or excuse) to cut farm gate milk prices.
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Education is an area where anti-dairy campaigners and vegans appear to be extremely busy and well-funded and have the ability to influence children to young adults.
Its down to our industry to do likewise and you all have a duty to demonstrate how proud you are of the part you play and to ensure the handful of irresponsible farmers who ignore the rules and run the gauntlet of bringing UK dairy farming into disrepute are ousted or kicked into line. Errors on really good farms are inevitably made and have been jumped upon by the antis.
Almost two years later and 40 (5.7% ) of Tescos worst performing dairy farmers have been served six months notice because their QVIS score falls into the bottom 5%.
Those scoring in the top 5% have been allocated an extra 100,000 litres with the remaining literage to be allocated to a waiting list of new TSDG suppliers including young and/or new entrants.
In fact, on analysis, if a producer scored maximum points in the health index or carbon foot printing it is highly unlikely they would figure in the bottom 5%.
Sadly several farmers in the exit pile have failed in terms of their farms tidiness and cleanliness and allegedly some dont even understand why their farms image is relevant to Tesco!Some need to learn from their peers and VERY quickly!While I might have a very different view to Old Mill and The Farm Consultancy Groups budgeted 2018 average milk price of 29ppl I have to agree with its plea for dairy farmers to continue to focus on making their business more efficient. In the past couple of months anti-dairy groups have ramped up their publicity and propaganda, especially the vegan fanatics.If Tescos range of farm profitability and COP are similar to Old Mill and The Farm Consultancy Groups the worst dairy farmers will either have to change how they operate or suffer in silence with their loss-making hobby.Clearly some require an intravenous injection of support and assistance because in a post Brexit world its going to be a lot more competitive and tougher.We must be pro-active and not defensive, and influence consumer preferences for British dairy products.