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    Increased forecast milk payments are a boost for farmers who still face other concerns

    Increased forecast milk payments are a boost for farmers who still face other concerns


    Fonterra
    Fonterra
    Fonterra has lifted its forecast farmgate milk price -- to a mid-point of eight-dollars-40 a kilo of milk solids, matching the previous highest pay out.

    Dairy NZ chief executive Tim Mackle says it's good - but farmers are still toughing it.

    He says farmers are concerned about being understaffed, as well as issues around regulation and Covid-19 uncertainty.

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