6 liltres of BRITISH milk £2 (18.9p a pint) farmfoods.3x 2litre 4 £2
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6 liltres of BRITISH milk £2 (18.9p a pint) farmfoods.3x 2litre 4 £2

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Found 15th Mar 2016
6 liltres of BRITISH milk £2 (18.9p a pint) farmfoods.

3 x 2 litre of BRITISH milk for £2 or 75p each/National.
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picture here from new farmfoods leaflet..
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Edited by: "cheesybeanzz74" 16th Mar 2016
How does a cow produce a pint of milk for 18p. Maybe we should be happy to pay more and show the animals more respect.
Stop ripping British farmers off ! The farmer gets less that 18p a litre. Pay more for your milk and only buy British milk!
spidermouse

Stop ripping British farmers off ! The farmer gets less that 18p a litre. … Stop ripping British farmers off ! The farmer gets less that 18p a litre. Pay more for your milk and only buy British milk!


It is British Milk!
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spidermouse

Stop ripping British farmers off ! The farmer gets less that 18p a litre. … Stop ripping British farmers off ! The farmer gets less that 18p a litre. Pay more for your milk and only buy British milk!


Your totally right! I only buy british milk and meat.
Cheap as chips, farmers are getting ripped off, but nice for us.....

oh and been this price for about 2months or more
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REAL_DEAL

Cheap as chips, farmers are getting ripped off, but nice for us.....oh … Cheap as chips, farmers are getting ripped off, but nice for us.....oh and been this price for about 2months or more


2 for £1.60 last leaflet
hotukdeals.com/dea…021

I having been getting my milk from them for years 2 for £1.50 0.75p for 1 and this deal for past 2 months 3 for £2.00
I used to buy the milk in morrisons that was giving 23p extra to the farmer .... But the other day a local farmer pulled up at the village shop in a 16 plate Land Rover , smiling from ear to ear .... Yet farmers have no money? I have gone back to cheap milk now !
The only people being ripped off by the supermarkets are us customers!
Yup, never ever seen a poor farmer!
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ianshona

Yup, never ever seen a poor farmer!


I have, farmers heavily in debt, depressed and contemplating suicide; farmers on the verge of losing everything that their families worked hard for generations to build, due entirely to the supermarkets monopoly and the unrealistic demands that they place on the farmers.
u can buy 2 milk & 1 bread or 2 breads & 1 milk for £2 @ farmfoods too if u need to mix & match
cheesybeanzz74

picture hear from new farmfoods leaflet..



​i cant HEAR your picture....????
Keith1982ohyea

I used to buy the milk in morrisons that was giving 23p extra to the … I used to buy the milk in morrisons that was giving 23p extra to the farmer .... But the other day a local farmer pulled up at the village shop in a 16 plate Land Rover , smiling from ear to ear .... Yet farmers have no money? I have gone back to cheap milk now !




True that. Farmers ain't slaves held to ransom, if they don't want to do it then quit.

But they don't want to give up the lifestyle of living in a nice farm house and driving 16 plate range rover sports.

Bottom line is they ain't in Syria with a knife to there throat, if they don't want to do it someone else will.
usman330

True that. Farmers ain't slaves held to ransom, if they don't want to do … True that. Farmers ain't slaves held to ransom, if they don't want to do it then quit. But they don't want to give up the lifestyle of living in a nice farm house and driving 16 plate range rover sports. Bottom line is they ain't in Syria with a knife to there throat, if they don't want to do it someone else will.



Some points you make are valid. You do see some very affluent farmers who don't appear to be suffering but they tend to be the more astute that realise that producing milk for us all at a loss is not savvy so they quit producing. Where I live at least 4 or 5 local farms have recently pulled out of milk production for exactly this reason, resulting in many job losses. The farmers simply then move on & diversify into renting out the tied cottages of the redundant workers. Easy money, you can't blame them it makes good business sense.
The biggest problem I see in the future is all farmers quitting & us all having to rely on milk from the EU then I really do think WE will be held to ransom on the price we pay for a pint!
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