In Holland, a panel of financial experts in the dairy sector estimates the average farmers‘ milk price up to and including 2033 at 43 euros per 100 kilogram of milk, including all subsequent cash payments and bonuses that are reflected in the cash flow (excluding credits, member account and excluding 9% VAT). This is an increase of 4.50 euros compared to the expected milk price that came about last year. The forecast is partly based on the forecasts in the EU Agricultural Outlook. The panel also expects costs to rise due to, among other things, higher costs for feed, labor and interest in particular. In addition, responding to climate, biodiversity and land-related targets is also expected to increase costs.