Arrabawn Co-op leads June milk price payout
Jack Kennedy
June milk price is an important benchmark as it marks the downward supply descent for spring milk producers.
6 July 2022 News
Dairygold pushes on to lead in May
With dairy commodity markets generally remaining strong in light of reduced supply and continued demand, the co-ops are passing back more to suppliers in May.
9 June 2022 News
James O’Donnell elected president of ICOS
O'Donnell has served as vice-president of ICOS for the past four years.
Ornua support for fixed milk price schemes
Ornua is supporting fixed milk price schemes while May milk supply volumes fall again, continuing a downward trend in national milk volumes.
1 June 2022 News
More co-ops move on fixed milk price increases
With a gap of over 15c/litre between fixed milk prices and market prices a lot of the co-ops have made a move to increase the fixed milk price.
25 May 2022 News
Arrabawn moves on fixed milk price
With close to one billion litres of milk in fixed milk price schemes and a gap of 15c/l between fixed and open market, some farmers are hurting badly on fixed milk price schemes.
22 May 2022 News
Arrabawn lifts April milk price to 47.6c/l
The co-op rose the price paid for April milk supplies on those it paid for the month of March.
19 May 2022 News
Arrabawn consolidates and lifts profits
Arrabawn Co-op, headquartered in Nenagh in north Tipperary but collecting milk in 15 counties, performed well in 2021 when we look at the numbers.
Fixed milk prices – end game or new rules needed?
With open market price now far outpacing any forward fixed milk price schemes what happens next? Is it just a hard lesson or will it mean dairy farmers ‘won’t participate’ in forward fixed milk price.
4 May 2022 News
Arrabawn AGM hears of higher profits
Turnover and profit increase while debt is lowered at Arrabawn as investment future-proofs the business, according to CEO.
27 April 2022 News
Milk output stalls for first time since quota abolition
If milk output is not ahead at peak then we’re unlikely to push supplies in the back end given the current high feed costs.
13 April 2022 News