Dairy cattle have suffered a serious blow: The state has these options

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The united milk producers of Serbia have requested the introduction of a minimum cost price for raw milk.

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In the announcement, after the meeting in Novi Sad, at the request of the United Milk Producers with the representatives of the relevant Ministry and the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, an urgent meeting with Brnabić was requested.

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“We demand that he urgently admit us to a meeting where, together with the competent Ministry, we would present the issues with the goal of protecting domestic production and introducing a minimum cost of raw milk,” the statement reads.

The president of the Association of Cattle Breeders in Serbia, Sanja Bugarski, said recently that milk producers have failed financially because purchasers have been paying the same purchase price for milk for six years.

She told Beta that the average producer price of a liter of milk is 56.60 dinars, and that the average purchase price is around 30 dinars.

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“We borrowed loans in the hope that we would reach an agreement with the purchasers on increasing the purchase price of milk, but we did not find understanding,” said Bugarski.

She added that an additional blow to milk producers is the increase in the price of cereals and oilseeds by 50 to 80 percent.

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She said that producers have been receiving a premium of seven dinars per liter from the state for ten years, and that the money should be used for the renewal of depreciable equipment.

“We have exhausted all stocks in order to save production, and now it remains the only possibility for the state to prescribe a minimum price for purchasers or to wait for bailiffs,” said Bugarski.


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