Dairygold has marginally increased its November milk price at 30.59c/l, inclusive of bonuses but excluding VAT, based on standard constituents of 3.3% protein and 3.6% butterfat.
It will equate to an average farmgate milk price of 39.75c/l, excluding VAT, based on average November milk solids.
A spokesperson for Dairygold said: “Notwithstanding that the shadow of COVID-19 and Brexit prevail over dairy markets, there has been some market positivity in recent weeks.
“As is customary, the board will continue to review milk price on a month-by-month basis.”
Lakeland, Glanbia and Kerry have all lifted November milk price over the last week, while other co-ops are meeting this week to set prices.
Glanbia lifted 0.5c/l for November, with a biodiversity bonus to take it to 29.9c/l, excluding VAT, at 3.3% protein and 3.6% fat.
Lakeland introduced an unconditional 1c/l November bonus to take it to 31.6c/l at 3.3% protein and 3.6% fat.
Kerry also decided to lift milk price by 0.5c/l for November to take it to 29.9c/l, excluding VAT at base solids.
Meanwhile, Carbery has held its November milk price at 30.74c/l.