warfie35 Registered User
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Just wondering all dairy men in mid west what views ye might on this new system, took small hit on milk cheque today

stanflt Registered User
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warfie35 said:
Just wondering all dairy men in mid west what views ye might on this new system, took small hit on milk cheque today


what was your nett price per lt

im in the east glanbia a&b-c on all milk 32.48 inc vat for april

i opted in for full abc

PMU Registered User
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warfie35 said:
Just wondering all dairy men in mid west what views ye might on this new system, took small hit on milk cheque today

what were your solids result. the -c part means the water part of the milk. the higher the solids ,the lower the water. also protein is more valuable than fat

6480 Registered User
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warfie35 said:
Just wondering all dairy men in mid west what views ye might on this new system, took small hit on milk cheque today


we are a few years on it with lakeland , its working out ok now as we have all our herd as british freisans ,our pr is never below 3.4 and we always get a few cents more ,

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31.97 c/ltr from arrabawn

was happy enough .. hopefully rising solids will offset any further price cuts

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warfie35 Registered User
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stanflt said:
what was your nett price per lt

im in the east glanbia a&b-c on all milk 32.48 inc vat for april

i opted in for full abc


Net price was 30.72

warfie35 Registered User
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stanflt said:
what was your nett price per lt

im in the east glanbia a&b-c on all milk 32.48 inc vat for april

i opted in for full abc


PMU said:
what were your solids result. the -c part means the water part of the milk. the higher the solids ,the lower the water. also protein is more valuable than fat


Protein 3.31,bfat 3.72

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