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Information on milk prices and the milk markets from the Irish Farmers Journal

The Irish Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing up to the minute news on milk prices in Ireland and also on the global dairy market.
There were price increases across the board for all dairy products at this week’s GDT auction in New Zealand.
By Lorcan Allen on 17 April 2018
The weather conditions across Europe have hit milk supplies and driven dairy prices higher.
By Lorcan Allen on 16 April 2018
Calf sales are starting to fall off and with demand holding, it is resulting in a firming in the trade for good-quality calves.
By Darren Carty on 16 April 2018
Poor weather across Europe has hit milk supplies and is forcing markets higher.
By Lorcan Allen on 14 April 2018
Ornua's purchase price (PPI) index fell by nearly 5% last month, before European markets picked up in April.
By Thomas Hubert on 18 April 2018
Dairy markets have turned positive as bad weather hits milk supplies across Europe.
By Lorcan Allen on 12 April 2018
A growing Irish dairy industry is feeling the heat from the environmentalist lobby, writes Jack Kennedy.
By Jack Kennedy on 12 April 2018
The cold spring weather is curtailing milk supplies in Europe. On top of this, buyer demand is very strong ahead of the World Cup in Russia.
By Lorcan Allen on 09 April 2018
The latest figures for the week ending 26 March show live calf exports reaching 66,807, an increase of 9,080, or 16%, on 2017 levels.
By Darren Carty on 09 April 2018
While the first signs of softer spring weather in Ireland are just beginning to appear on most farms this weekend, dairy markets have hardened, writes Jack Kennedy.
By Jack Kennedy on 07 April 2018
Dairy markets have held steady in Europe this week, as the recent cold snap is likely to hit production.
By Lorcan Allen on 05 April 2018
There was strong demand for fleshed cows in Bandon, while forward stores performed solidly.
By Tommy Moyles on 03 April 2018
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