glanbia

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  1. FIAT 450

    FIAT 450 Well-Known Member

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    Kinda is and not. There was a time that money was from the spin out of shares. But now it more to do with the farmer getting his share of the profit from the co op. I think it totally wrong the way we get it as it allows the plc under pay for milk and forces the co op to make up balance. That profit should be coming back as a 13 payment
     
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  2. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    Our trading bonus and top up bonus on milk supplied came to .75 cent /litre last yr and was not included in the KPMG audit .the glanbia bord member was right up to a point but he was still the guts of a cent out
     
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  3. whelan1

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    Imo it should be base price only in the league, no confusing payments included that not everyone gets
     
  4. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    3 suppliers didn't get it last yr
     
  5. whelan1

    whelan1 Well-Known Member

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    What?
     
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    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    missed out on the trading bonus by not having enough trade with the coop
     
  7. whelan1

    whelan1 Well-Known Member

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    I'd say it will be more this year due to them being very uncompetitive on input prices
     
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  8. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    i am talking about my local coop
     
  9. jay

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    They are after dropping meal prices by 30 odd euro the last month, before that even with the trading bonus they where dearer than independent Millers for worse quality rations, that's the thinking behind the new fixed scheme to tie up more business...
    Would love to know how many suppliers are signed up for calf to beef scheme, my main calf buyer who was taking 60 plus calves a year is gone into it
     
  10. nashmach

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    They are saying that particular scheme is oversubscribed :scratchhead:
     

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