Rising inflation sends milk prices up but farmers needed the lift

IB
Updated July 14 2022 - 7:23pm, first published 2:16pm
Increase: Low milk stocks, high fuel and fertiliser costs and an average season are all contributing to price rises.
Increase: Low milk stocks, high fuel and fertiliser costs and an average season are all contributing to price rises.

Consumers might be hard hit by rising milk prices but Tasmanian dairy farmers are happy with the increase as their own input costs remain high.

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