I8.369A Milk quotas

I8.369A Milk quotas

The milk quota system was abolished with effect from 31 March 2015. The provisions in this article apply to the regime prior to it 31 March 2015. For details of the regime generally see B5.120.

The milk quota system was introduced in 1984 to limit the supply of milk within the EU. A milk quota is a producer's right to sell a fixed number of litres of milk per year without having to pay a levy. Although the milk quotas were allocated by reference to the land used by milk producers, they are not considered an interest in

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