The EU milk supply increased by 0.7% more in July than last year

Market & Price Trends
Published Sep 28, 2023

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The European milk supply peaked in July at an average of 406,774 tons per day, which was slightly lower than the previous month. Germany and the Netherlands experienced a slight increase in supply, while France and Italy saw a decrease. The data does not include milk supply from Luxembourg or the United Kingdom, which saw a decline of 1.9% to 1.24 million tons of milk.
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Milk peak over The European seasonal peak in supply is over in July. The average daily supply was 406,774 tons of milk. A month earlier, the average supply was almost 3% higher. There are major differences within Europe. In Germany and the Netherlands, the milk supply in July was 2.1% and 1.8% higher respectively than in July 2022. The French supply in July was 2.9% lower. Italy is also showing a contraction. The country collected almost 1% less milk compared to a year earlier. These data do not include ...
Source: Boerderij
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