glanbia

Discussion in 'Talking Point' started by humungus, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. nomoneyhere

    nomoneyhere Well-Known Member

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    That's the worst of too many people wearing Glanbia tinted glasses any refusing to take them off. The plc will never do anything to benifit the farmer
     
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  2. nashmach

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    People would do well to remember what happened with Arytza and IPL....
     
  3. whelan1

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    Drop of 1cpl to 29.5cpl. Including 0.5cpl of our own money
     
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    A nice start to the week. Time to batten down the hatches me thinks. The spring could be low milk price one.
     
  5. Bog Man

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    Siobhan’s salary increase has to come from somewhere. Milk price down share price down. When will they have to start selling of some of the acquisitions that were bought at high enough money. Institutional investors will not be happy.
     
  6. humungus

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    at least they,re predictable , another cent next month i,d say :sad:
     
  7. KJL

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    “Ah sure the later lactation solids will make up the difference for the plebes”.
     
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  8. Mf240

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    An awful shower of wankers all together.
     
  9. nashmach

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    I heard they are giving another fiver a tonne to the tillage man ....

    :wacko::wacko::no:

    :laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
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  10. Ozzy Scott

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    so who is the potential cannibal :scratchhead:
     
  11. whelan1

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    We have no one to represent us. What's the betting another drop next month. Bergin and Talbot don't give a crap about the farmer on the ground
     
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  12. nashmach

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    This was meant very much tongue in cheek..:blushing::blushing:
     
  13. Blackwater boy

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    I’ve no faith whatsoever in the current chairman, I had time for the previous 2 but the current lad seems a disaster and a real yes man to Bergin.
     
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  14. nashmach

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    Isn't there a 100k reasons to be a yes man though :undecided:
     
  15. humungus

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    ordinary board member gets 86k plus benefits so the chairman would be getting double that i,d say, almost as much as @kverneland es 80 gets for paying the best milk price in the country :Whistle2:
     
  16. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    :lol::lol::lol: there lies the problem. The west cork boards are on very small expenses roughly 100 euro a meeting 12 to 15 meetings a yr.250 if away for a full day and a trip every second yr.its very easy to make noise about milk price then
     
  17. Mf240

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    Local chairman would be getting 100 k ish to nod and smile and regurgitate a few lines that they feed him. Nice work If you can get it.
     
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    He gave a long time in training for the job , and age wise only got the gig in the nick of time.

    That job would be more " Wheel him out , shake hands , smile , and warm them up for the kill " , than making decisions .
     
  19. nashmach

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    The cynics would say that's why the previous chair suffered a coup d'etat. It was well noted by the Dealer in the Journal at the time too.
     
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  20. Mf240

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    They give him his opinion.
     
  21. Blackwater boy

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    The farmer board member numbers were being reduced as part of the last spin out, I think it was 3 were losing their seats, a coup was organised in Lou of guaranteed seats, the ex chairman hadn’t a clue what was around the corner.
     
  22. humungus

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    i often wondered what happened there :no:, and i thought it was to do with getting a better milk price :lol:
     
  23. jf 850

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    Interesting bit In The Dealer section of the IFJ , on shares ….
     
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  24. jpt

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    Dairygold down a cent to 29.69, 28.14 before vat is added with another cent cut coming for August and September.
    Where’s it all gone wrong.:scratchhead:
     
  25. Ugo Schtiglitz

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    Here's a riddle, will glanbia be called glanbia by next spring?
     

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