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Comment posted Revised plans announced for new Kintyre creamery by Hughie.

Pot calling the Kettle black eh kintyre1? 🙂

The simple fact is Morag is correct. Milk production in Kintyre is at the same level as it was regardless of the number of dairies. Haven’t some farms actually been bought over and consolidated therefore falling under one dairy farm now?

Sales of farms are like property on the whole Kintyre1 and if you haven’t noticed there is a recession on! Granted the milk prices could, and should, be better but that is another argument.

This is really a positive story so stop being so negative about everything on here.

As for Lidl, how dare they purchase a bulk production of cheese and sell it how they please! How dare they! 😉

Hughie also commented

  • John, apologies if I mis-read your post. Easily done if you read it again yourself. It’s not transparent to me that is what you meant. But thanks for clarifying that! 🙂
  • I’m afraid John you are make no more sense than Kintyre1 is!! If it is an important outlet, secures the security of the creamery and its workforce and local dairies then its hardly a waste of taxpayers money given some of the white elephants we have in Kintyre over the years!
  • And your point is? Nope I can’t explain and quite frankly I don’t care. Perhaps they need more milk? Perhaps secuirty of the creamery will encourage local dairy farms to increase their herds?

    On the basis of the creamery being secured surely this is good news? (whatever the other issues may be?)

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