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WAFarmers launches milk campaign

The Western Australian Farmers Federation has urged consumers to buy branded milk, butter and cream products in a campaign it says is vital to support the local dairy industry.

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Dalkeith
Poor old dairy farmers get screwed yet again by dirty big business who do all the work to give the public a premium product and get almost nothing for their efferts. All food farmers in Australia should be given priority treatment and not treated so bad like they are, they no longer exist. Disgracefull stuff. What the hell do we have a Government for if its prepaired to let an important industry get all but totally distroyed. If I was the dairy industry including the dairy processing factories, I,d just tip the lot down the drain until they start getting a fair price which may be double what they were getting before. I,m sure the public would,nt mind paying a fair price for a quality product. It also shows just how ruthless big business can be. The poor old dairy farmer works seven days a week from dark to dark sometimes in appaling weather conditions for a bear pittance and our country should be ashamed at how badly they are being treated. Its time some backsides were kicked. Theo Marshall, Perth

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