NFU president Peter Kendall thanked those who have supported the change in milk price cuts.
In a statement he said he was "immensely proud" but that this u-turn from the milk processors could not be a "short-term fix."
“This will bring some relief to dairy farmers who supply liquid milk to Arla, First Milk, Dairy Crest and Wiseman/Müller. But we will continue working hard behind the scenes to ensure these first steps turn into a longer-term, sustainable milk price for all dairy farmers. This can’t be a short-term fix.
“I am conscious that the milk price cuts from June are still in place but rest assured we will continue in talks with the processors to work towards returning that lost money. We will meet to discuss next steps.
“I thank everyone farmers, members of the coalition, and shoppers for their support.”
Farmers in Warwickshire are meeting today to discuss the next steps in the campaign to deliver sustainable milk prices to dairy farmers.
Farmers For Action say despite some success, they will continue to campaign against those who pay unfair amounts for milk.
Robert Wiseman Dairies has become the last milk processor to withdraw on planned milk price cuts in August.