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Hundreds of Dairy farmers from Derbyshire will be heading to London today to discuss the planned changes to the price of milk.
Dairy farmers including some from Derbyshire say the cuts will be responsible for driving them out of business.
The National Farmers Union is threatening major disruptions unless a fair deal is reached on the price of milk.
The plans, which are expected to come into force in August will mean they'll get 2 pence less for every litre that is produced, leaving many out of pocket by £40,000 every year.
Unions say it'll mean farmers will be paid prices that are at least five pence below the break-even point for milk production, at a time when fertiliser, fuel and feed costs are higher than ever and impacting on dairy farm incomes.
It's also claimed it will hit shoppers as the price of milk on the shelves will also see a rise.