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Cornish Dairy Farmers Fight for Fairer Deal
2:52pm 10th November 2011
Cornish dairy farmers call for more protection from the big supermarkets.
They are among twenty meeting MP's over plans for an adjudicator.
Unions say it needs to have teeth, to be able to secure better deals.
They say our producers get 28p a litre, while others in Europe get 40p.
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