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Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: milk prices rise and intervention
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Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: milk prices rise and intervention

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In the news today, 18 July, processors raise milk prices and the cost and locations of intervention in Ireland is revealed.
In the news today, 18 July, processors raise milk prices and the cost and locations of intervention in Ireland is revealed.

Weather forecast

Today will be mainly dry and warm with just an isolated shower in the afternoon.

There will be more cloud about than today, but there will be sunny periods too, with the best of any prolonged sunshine further north.

Highest afternoon temperatures will range from 21°C to 27°C. It will be warmest in the midlands and west. Southeast winds will be mostly moderate in strength.

Later in the evening, heavy showers will move up from the south and extend up over the country overnight with some locally heavy and thundery bursts.

In the news

  • Arrabawn, Carbery and Dairygold have all raised their milk price by 1c/l.
  • Police have arrested a 13-year-old boy in connection with an incident where seven cattle were shot and one calf had to be put down.
  • The Irish Farmers Journal exclusively reveals the cost of storing SMP products in intervention in Ireland and where it is stored.
  • UCD hosted the 36th International Society for Animal Genetics Conference which opened in Dublin this Monday.
  • Seaweed was found to stop methane emissions from cattle rumen, studies found.
  • Coming up on www.farmersjournal.ie

  • The IFA continues to talk with the Department.
  • Continuing Brexit negotiations in Brussels.
  • What’s on today

    Nutrias calf weanling beef expo, Ballymote Mart, 7:30pm.

    To find out more about events near you, visit our agri-events calendar.

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