Irish Farmers Journal breakfast news: milk prices, Article 50 and Brazil
Very cold tomorrow, with temperatures several degrees below average. Ice, frost and lying snow in places at first. It will be a bright day for many, with sunny spells and showers, some wintry, especially in the early morning, but turning more to rain or sleet in the middle of the day. Good dry, sunny periods at times in the east and northeast especially, but cloudier in the south with some rain or sleet near the south coast. Maximum temperatures of just 4°C to 8°C in moderate to fresh southwesterly winds.
In the news
Theresa May has set a date for triggering Article 50, Aurivo has set its milk price in the north and the south, and farm organisations have reacted strongly to the news that Brazil has been exporting meat that is unfit for consumption. Read all these stories and more in our nightly news bulletin.
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