How the dairy industry is coping with the coronavirus pandemic – eDairyNews
Australia |31 marzo, 2020

Dairy | How the dairy industry is coping with the coronavirus pandemic

A spike in demand for fresh dairy milk has provided welcome relief for the industry – which remains cautious as coronavirus spreads.

The community was already reeling from ongoing drought, bushfires and high fodder prices..

And there’s concern about what might happen to milk sales if coffee shops and the like are forced to close all together.

Our Rural Reporter Sophie Clarke caught up with Dairy Connect Chief Executive Shaughn Morgan to see how the sector is coping.

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