Goulburn Valley Creamery ups its average milk price to $9.75/kg MS
30 June 2022
Goulburn Valley Creamery (GVC) has further increased its average milk price to $9.75 per kilogram of milk solids. It applies for 2022-23 for exclusive and non-exclusive supply. The Goulburn Valley Creamery Milk Supply Agreements can be found here. The announced prices apply for the 2022-23 year, from 1 July 2022 for exclusive and non-exclusive supply.
Goulburn Valley Creamery increases opening milk price up to $9.10/kg MS
1 June 2022
Goulburn Valley Creamery today increased its opening milk price to up to $9.10 per kilogram of milk solids for 2022-23 for exclusive and non-exclusive supply. Chief Executive Officer Mancel Hickey said the higher adjustment reaffirmed the company’s commitment to rewarding premium product from farmer suppliers. “Our updated milk price is now from $8.50 to $9.10
Goulburn Valley Creamery announces record opening milk price
4 May 2022
Goulburn Valley Creamery today announced a record opening milk price of up to $8.80 per kilogram of milk solids for 2022-23 for exclusive supply. According to Chief Executive Officer Mancel Hickey it is higher than the prices currently being offered by other dairy processors in the area, reflecting the company’s wish to reward the premium
Goulburn Valley Creamery sponsors the Kyabram Football Netball Club
22 April 2022
The Kyabram Football Netball Club today announced Goulburn Valley Creamery as its new home-ground sponsor. Club President, Peter Learmonty, said the two-year deal will see the ground renamed the Goulburn Valley Creamery Oval. “Its great to confirm that Goulburn Valley Creamery are on board with the Club, and supporting us in such a big and
Quality dairy supply wanted
31 January 2022
With expanded processing capacity at Goulburn Valley Creamery’s Kyabram facility, the company is on the hunt for new farmer partners to supply high quality raw milk. Dairy field services officer, Jeff Shannon, says he is seeking quality, continuous milk supply from across the Goulburn Valley region. “We are looking for milk from conventional production systems.