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09-11-2016, 17:56   #1
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Milk Price III

Welcome to milk price III a place to talk about milk prices, compare co-ops/plcs and price trends globally.

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09-11-2016, 18:56   #2
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Well lads/gals any idea for September's milk?
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09-11-2016, 19:54   #3
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Well lads/gals any idea for September's milk?
October? Also any idea of liquid bonus for Glanbia
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30 cent well warranted but can't see it happening.
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Considering the explosions, swearing and general hulla bollu in the 2 previous milk price threads, this one should really be called "Milk Price with a Vengeance" !!
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10-11-2016, 01:48   #6
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.....this one should really be called "Milk Price with a Vengeance" !!

Or 'Debt Wish'....
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why not call it"milk prices only", and leave the discussions for the dairy thread
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why not call it"milk prices only", and leave the discussions for the dairy thread
We (mods) discussed this and decided against it.
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Considering the explosions, swearing and general hulla bollu in the 2 previous milk price threads, this one should really be called "Milk Price with a Vengeance" !!
Milk price two "calved and dangerous "

Milk price three "milk harder"
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Lakelands up 1c to 27c.
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Lakelands up 1c to 27c.
Its a long way from 30cpl
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Lakelands up 1c to 27c.
1 miserly cent ......pathetic effort just waiting for the were replenishing coop reserves bla bla bla from them .whilst agreeing that coops supported prices for last year (to what level who knows )suppliers also suffered .29 cent base should be minimum for all coops for October milk ,that still leaves them room to replenish funds
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1 miserly cent ......pathetic effort just waiting for the were replenishing coop reserves bla bla bla from them .whilst agreeing that coops supported prices for last year (to what level who knows )suppliers also suffered .29 cent base should be minimum for all coops for October milk ,that still leaves them room to replenish funds
I don't think any Coop will rise more than a cent/month for the remainder of the year given that farmers are getting over 30 at the moment due to good solids.
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A good read of it, I'd say Clover. Also, healing balance sheets before the end of year as much as possible.
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