Arla

Discussion in 'Dairy Farming' started by jade35, Oct 14, 2016.

  1. coomoo

    coomoo Member

    Location:
    Scotland
    Yeah securing supply, ground conditions and forage supplies grim also straw/sawdust by products etc it ain’t looking great.
     
  2. coomoo

    coomoo Member

    Location:
    Scotland
    More on falling supply
     
  3. bigw

    bigw Member

    Location:
    Scotland
    AMPE and MCVE are both rising though I thought. Speaking to different people around the country and most are very concerned about feed supply and its knock on effects to milk and meat.
     
  4. Alfred

    Alfred Member

    But your price is based on a European wide price is it not? And European milk supply figures have just been predicted up by 1.2% for 2018.
     
  5. And here’s Arla’s biggest problem as I’ve said before, one size can’t fit all right across Europe. No doubt Germany and Denmark are going full tilt and they have more milk than they can cope with and UK and Sweden needing encouragement.
     
  6. dinderleat

    dinderleat Member

    Location:
    Wells
    Yes but that is down from around 2%, Denmark like us have also suffered this spring and early summer and have been culling hard of which they never do. So this is not just restricted to the UK.
    Smp has started to recover which will help us going forward so I certainly wouldn’t be talking negatively going forward.
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2018
  7. Alfred

    Alfred Member

    Based on falling company profit!!
    Who knows? Obviously potter thinks he does!
    I can't see what he's doing making this announcement in public TBH, this does non of us producers any favours (no matter who we supply) when processors must be out there trying to get increases out of their retail customers at this point in time.

    Is he forgetting he's only a industry commentator nothing more!!!

    So IMO he should stick to commentating on announcements and not trying to set them before they happen!!!
     
  8. celtis man

    celtis man Member

    No rain ,no grass ,no milk .
     
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  9. Geared

    Geared New Member

    Got the arla farm assurance coming up next week, anything they are getting hot on or anything new coming in?
     
  10. New template for herd health plan. Apparently if it's on the old format it wont be accepted and you'll have to do it again and get the vet too resign the new version.
     
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  11. celtis man

    celtis man Member

    Plastic waste ,they hate it .
     
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  12. Geared

    Geared New Member

    I just get the vet to do a herd health plan and they have always seemed happy with what they have done, any new bits that they want in it.

    Got that, i think somewhere??
     
  13. The Happy Herdsman

    Location:
    Wirral
    Selective DCT. Our assessor went as far as checking purchase records against usage records and wanted to see what I had left over in stock.

    I used the same one I have used for the last 6 years. The bit they care about is the health reporting and targets at the back.
     
  14. celtis man

    celtis man Member

    I had a right ding dong last time we had F/A ,we fell out over bagged silage wrap :( ,I won't have her back!
     
  15. Sid

    Sid Member

    Location:
    South Molton
    I was looking at the straw bales from last year.
    Loads of ends about am inch long 12 per bale. Not good!
     
  16. celtis man

    celtis man Member

    We ha
    had a bad go at our last audit , nothing was right for her :( .
    That was January, can you imagine my delight to receive a letter from arla last week informing me any more major non compliance and I'm out .
     
  17. lazy farmer

    lazy farmer Member

    Location:
    som/dor border
    cows milk well in droughts
     
  18. sidjon

    sidjon Member

    Location:
    EXMOOR
    Mine aren't, too hot for them, heat stress had knocked of a farther 2 litres/cow, am looking forward to drying off already which could be the end of the month in stead of begin January :cry::cry:
     
  19. celtis man

    celtis man Member

    T
    Too dry here :( not seen it like it for years, milk dropped like a stone ,not got a lot of silage to be feeding !
     
  20. More to life

    More to life Member

    Location:
    Somerset
    But not in 30c heat fertility will most likely be trashed to :(
     
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