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Terara dairy farmer says Woolworths end to milk drought levy 'a good outcome'

Grace Crivellaro
February 8 2022 - 12:52pm
MILK LEVY: Dairy farmer Tim Cochrane said Woolworths will keep paying the same for milk produced on farms after they announced the 10 cent per litre drought levy is scrapped. File image.
MILK LEVY: Dairy farmer Tim Cochrane said Woolworths will keep paying the same for milk produced on farms after they announced the 10 cent per litre drought levy is scrapped. File image.

A Terara dairy farmer said the move by a supermarket giant to scrap the 10 cent per litre milk drought levy will actually provide financial certainty for farmers.

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Grace Crivellaro

Court reporter for the Illawarra Mercury.

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