Dairy Farmers Milk Co-Operative has paid a penalty of $11,000 after failing to publish milk supply agreements by the first of June deadline.
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Source: 3AW

Dairy Farmers Milk Co-Operative has paid a penalty of $11,000 after failing to publish milk supply agreements by the first of June deadline.

The cut off to publish findings is in place to improve transparency across the sector.

It has since published all of its supply agreements.

Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with ACCC Deputy Chairman Mick Keogh.

A farmer’s life is always busy, but when you add in looking after the family and a sideline business as an artificial breeding (AB) technician, with a run that is spread out over many kilometres, it can become a balancing act.

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