Partnering for Customer Value: case study - Mountain Milk

Page last updated: Wednesday, 18 March 2020 - 3:10pm

Case studies are a widely used approach to investigate real-world situations and provide practical solutions to challenges. 

The P4CV initiative commissioned 11 case studies profiling 14 agribusinesses in the horticulture, livestock, dairy, grains, seafood and processed foods sectors, across small, medium and large enterprises that were from Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the United Kingdom.

Mountain Milk Co-operative is a collaboration between five dairy farming families in Kiewa Valley, North East Victoria.

They collectively produce 22 million litres of premium-grade milk, supplied to Freedom Foods Group to be UHT processed for export and to Gundowring Ice Cream.

Read the Mountain Milk Co-operative - snapshot for quick details on the case study. 

Mountain Milk - snapshot

Patterns of success demonstrated by the Mountain Milk Co-operative case study:            

Patterns of Success - Mountain Milk

Why you should read the Mountain Milk Co-operative - case study:

  • in-depth discussion of the importance of partnership planning and structure and governance development in order to be successful
  • description of the elements of value that Mountain Milk Co-operative’s whole product delivers to their key customer