The loss of Dairy Farmers of Britain and the increasing impact of bovine TB have further compounded the situation for many farmers across the country "While Britain may have one of the most modern and efficient dairy sectors in Europe, these challenges have made it difficult for everyone.
What does DFOB stand for?
DFOB stands for Dairy Farmers of Britain (milk co-operative)
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The Assembly Government has already processed 258 advance payments worth about pounds 5m in mid October to farmers affected by the demise of milk co-operative Dairy Farmers of Britain.
They picked up extra business from the Co-op after receivers closed down the Dairy Farmers of Britain co-operative.
The Dairy Farmers of Britain operation in Bridgend closed last week, making 279 people redundant.
Business Briefing in the Coventry Telegraph on June 9 concerned the Dairy Farmers of Britain, suppliers of our milk, which is in receivership.
12 June 2009 - Troubled Dairy Farmers of Britain will close one of its sites in Wales after failing to find a buyer.
Dairy Farmers of Britain, whose members produce one in 10 pints consumed daily in the UK, was forced to call in receivers yesterday.
Contact Dairy Farmers of Britain on tel 0870 010 8191 or visit www.