Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

Not looking good tonight,were only the cannon fodder,if you want to see cows milked in the future you'll need to go to cultra folk and transport museum, this bull sh!t about we have milked through low prices before is nonsense, why should we, if tariffs come they are here to stay, I just wonder what the banks are saying, common place to be owing 1 million, never pay it back at 17p nor 20p nor 22p.
 

Bankville

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Not looking good tonight,were only the cannon fodder,if you want to see cows milked in the future you'll need to go to cultra folk and transport museum, this bull sh!t about we have milked through low prices before is nonsense, why should we, if tariffs come they are here to stay, I just wonder what the banks are saying, common place to be owing 1 million, never pay it back at 17p nor 20p nor 22p.
Chin up kid

It's always darkest before the dawn
 

mixed farm

Member
What ever one's politics are, Arlene is going to fudge up the north and south over a matter of principle. From (an admittedly anti Arlene, and anti sinn féin) a southern point of view.
 

Happy at it

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Location
NI
Not looking good tonight,were only the cannon fodder,if you want to see cows milked in the future you'll need to go to cultra folk and transport museum, this bull sh!t about we have milked through low prices before is nonsense, why should we, if tariffs come they are here to stay, I just wonder what the banks are saying, common place to be owing 1 million, never pay it back at 17p nor 20p nor 22p.
Heavy enough striking though even at a good price, by the time the interest and tax is paid. Heard of men already inquiring about getting loans to square the tax man next year.....
 

The Agrarian

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Location
Co Antrim
I think his point is that the large loans have been paid, but still have a taxable portion, due at a point in time when profitability has gone negative and the business is eating cash. This business possibly had never produced much free cash, and what it did has already disappeared into supporting negative profitability.
 

Davy

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Location
North NI
Will the milk from Irish cows be allowed over the border tarriff free, what about those cows with an Irish daddy? I've a batch of Irish cows lined up to buy but I'm afraid they'll be deported next month so am holding off. Does Boris know about these issues?
 
Will the milk from Irish cows be allowed over the border tarriff free, what about those cows with an Irish daddy? I've a batch of Irish cows lined up to buy but I'm afraid they'll be deported next month so am holding off. Does Boris know about these issues?
No it won’t. Yes he does. Does he care? No.
 

Davy

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Location
North NI
Cows never got out this morning, they're not that bothered. Still have grass to eat, it's down to the yearlings to read that up. The next challenge is to find somewhere dryish for the last of the slurry to go to.
 
Lazy how much do you care about NI? Have you read the statement from Arlene on Twitter yesterday? Please share your thoughts. Thanks in advance.
Sorry not on Twitter have used goggle to try and find here statement but it only comes up with a tweet from 2 days ago.
As for caring about NI. I believe in the union and I also believe in the Belfast agreement and as such I do not pretend to think that solving the issue of the back stop is an easy one. But I do not believe Boris is even trying.
Chris.
 

Bankville

Member
That's the one. Don't think it's spin. She refused to comment on it but a report from Germany said she was very angry about number 10 making it public.
Boris never mentioned it in the later cabinet meeting also a lot of commentators said it was out of character for Merkel to say such things. Two sides to every story then theres the truth I suppose.

Rumours of a Ni only backstop this morning with a double majority vote for stormont to exit
 

Aircooled

Member
Location
co Antrim
Sorry not on Twitter have used goggle to try and find here statement but it only comes up with a tweet from 2 days ago.
As for caring about NI. I believe in the union and I also believe in the Belfast agreement and as such I do not pretend to think that solving the issue of the back stop is an easy one. But I do not believe Boris is even trying.
Chris.
That's fair enough. I'm not on Twitter either but if you google dup Twitter it should come up.
 

Aircooled

Member
Location
co Antrim
Boris never mentioned it in the later cabinet meeting also a lot of commentators said it was out of character for Merkel to say such things. Two sides to every story then theres the truth I suppose.

Rumours of a Ni only backstop this morning with a double majority vote for stormont to exit
It's all a bit complex but I think the remainer plan is to bring it to a choice of no deal or no Brexit in the hope of a no Brexit.
 

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