Factory Prices General thread

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  1. Ozzy Scott

    Ozzy Scott Well-Known Member

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    are there plants that take christmas off? local plant always only take the bare minimum off.
     
  2. nashmach

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    It was in the Journal that several had planned on not opening from the 21st to the 2nd.
     
  3. Mf240

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    Id say thats the run of them.
     
  4. Becauka

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    A farmer bragging to his neighbour? And telling lies? Never!
     
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  5. jf 850

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    It must be true if the journal say so.:whistle::cowboy:
     
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  6. nashmach

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    Sell to one of The factories mentioned and It was true For them.
     
  7. Becauka

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    Can anyone explain why factories don't want cattle?
    What happened the last few months to bring on this situation?
     
  8. Charolais0153

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    Biggest beef kill in 20 or was it 40 years?
     
  9. nashmach

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    Simple supply and demand.

    As said above, large supply due to increased stock numbers in the country plus lower exports in the last few years

    Lower demand in our main exporting areas. Why? Maybe exchange rates and changes in people's eating habits.
     
  10. Green Grass

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    The big kill in nov and dec. will carry on into janurary and feburary .at that stage brexit will become the big time bomb .God only knows if there will be light at the end of the tunnel
     
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  11. Farmerbigballs

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    It’s looking pretty bleak.
     
  12. muckymanor

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    How many extra ton this year compared to last year?
     
  13. muckymanor

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    Will the British be eating less beef burgers after brexit?
    What will happen if the UK leave with a deal in place?
    A lot of lads on this forum have stated that they are pushing to have the bulk of their cattle finished before brexit, as are a lot of farmers across the country. Could we see a shorter supply of cattle after brexit and ultimately an price lift?
     
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    I think, if there isn't a no deal crash out then beef prices will rise significantly in the late spring early Summer.
     
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    Only 1 thing seems to be 100% certain is that no one knows what's going to happen
     
  16. Becauka

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    Any prices for freisen bulls? Is an r grade freisin same price as an r grade continental
     
  17. Ozzy Scott

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    Supply seems to be freeing up a bit and not having issues getting cattle killed thankfully.
     
  18. Mid cork

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    I have a seven year old CH stock bull ready for the factory . I was quoted €2:50 Kg from a local agent, would that be about the go of them?
     
  19. Arthur

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    Same grade should be the same price relative to base price iykwim.
     
  20. nashmach

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    Well it seems to be worse around here anyway, another half load/load to go and explicitly told we might be waiting longer than last time :no:

    Cow price or close to it. I'd be shopping around a bit first.
     
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  21. Mf240

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    Anyone see the front page headline for tomorrow's paper. (no deal brexit beef price 2.50 kg) :scared::scared:
     
  22. nashmach

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    And we thought 3.75 was bad!

    Which paper is that?
     
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    Oh sorry the front of the journal
     
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    Seen it on snapchat couldn't remember where I seen it Screenshot_20190116-215659.png
     
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  25. Arthur

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    If that happens we won't need to read the " 50 ways to cut your tax bill "..:whistle:
     

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