Dairy farmers have said 'dollar-a-litre' supermarket milk is hurting their business more than the drought.
One farmer from the south coast of New South Wales has accused big supermarkets of reaping the benefits from the dry conditions as they continue to sell their heavily discounted milk.
Robert Miller, who has posted signs campaigning against the cheap milk said the low prices are 'killing farmers'.
Robert Miller (left) has posted signs at the gate of his dairy farm in Milton campaigning against the cheap milk
'The cost of milk, just to source the feed alone, is $1.30 per litre,' he told the ABC.
For the past seven years, Mr Miller has been has been forced to sell his cattle to China and Japan to keep the business afloat.
Despite helping him through