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  • ICMSA say IDB must reverse SMP price cut : I C M S A : http://icmsa.ie
    decision All market indicators have been positive for the last month and the IDB is the only entity to cut its price This surely calls for a full explanation to be given to the Irish farmers who are the owners of the IDB and who contribute directly and continuously to operational costs Dairy farmers will look at this reduction in price as well as the costly report by KPMG which

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  • Milk | I C M S A
    of SMP in the face of a strengthening world market is plainly not acceptable and the Chief Executive Kevin Lane must explain why this has happened It is our firm belief that the IDB executive must revisit and change this decision Continue reading Tagged with milk policy ICMSA accuse Co ops of holding back a 2 cents per litre milk price rise Jun 23 2011 The current situation on dairy markets justifies an immediate increase in milk price and it is high time that Co op boards stood up for their milk suppliers and insisted that the improved returns from the marketplace were reflected in a better milk price according to Mr Pat McCormack the Chairperson of ICMSA s Dairy Committee Mr McCormack said there is growing concern amongst farmers that Co ops boards appear happy to set milk price at about 33 cents per litre with no intention of paying more irrespective of the strength of international markets Two questions arise why are the Co ops holding back on the price paid to their milk suppliers and also what are they doing with all the additional profits Continue reading Tagged with milk Potential Investment Costs in Milk Processing and Transport to 2020 Nov 13 2010 Download PDF 9 03MB Tagged with milk Processing Costs Milk Transport Search the site ICMSA President John Comer Newsletter ICMSA Winter 2015 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn Newsletter 2015 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2015 ICMSA Winter 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Spring 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2013 Newsletter ICMSA Summer Newsletter 2013 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2013 Presidents Speech AGM Read more Login Events Calendar January 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

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  • Policy | I C M S A
    decision to cut the price of SMP against all the market trends was simply unacceptable and he called on Kevin Lane to explain the reason behind the decision The IDB decision to reduce the price of SMP in the face of a strengthening world market is plainly not acceptable and the Chief Executive Kevin Lane must explain why this has happened It is our firm belief that the IDB executive must revisit and change this decision Continue reading Tagged with milk policy Search the site ICMSA President John Comer Newsletter ICMSA Winter 2015 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn Newsletter 2015 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2015 ICMSA Winter 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Spring 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2013 Newsletter ICMSA Summer Newsletter 2013 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2013 Presidents Speech AGM Read more Login Events Calendar January 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All Press Releases 2015 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 December November October September August July June May April

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  • Cahill wants Central Bank to furnish comparative stats : I C M S A : http://icmsa.ie
    ensuring solid performance in terms of profit Mr Cahill stated that such profits could only come from one place and one place only the borrowers The danger is that given the high cost of banking in Ireland and the higher cost of funds to Irish banks interest charged to farmers and other costs associated with credit will grow and move competitively out of line with what is available in other countries What is required is a robust system where the interest rates and other fees charged by Irish banks are collated and published together with information on similar costs in other EU countries This is not being done at the moment in any meaningful way And it is necessary that this would have been put in place in order to force the banks into being competitive Given the enormous increase in resources that have been put in place in the Central Bank and Financial Regulator there is more than adequate personnel to carry out this work The availability of credit is one thing but availability at competitive rates is a key issue and there is a widespread view that banks will use every opportunity at restructuring to hike up interest rats charged to customer particularly where an individual is in a vulnerable position regarding the need for restructuring warned Mr Cahill On a related point Mr Cahill said that the cost of providing security for loans has mushroomed out of all proportion and is now costing up to 1 500 In the past sufficient security could be given by lodging land certificates Now we see a huge costly apparatus being constructed that seems to serve no purpose other than to give the Government the Banks and the legal profession another convenient opportunity to charge fees he observed Unless we learn

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  • Economy | I C M S A
    wants Central Bank to furnish comparative stats Jun 24 2011 Unless a solid and imaginative credit provision framework is put in place by the Government the productive sector including farming will simply be unable to move out of a condition of permanent or semi permanent credit crisis according to the ICMSA President Jackie Cahill Continue reading Tagged with economy EU Search the site ICMSA President John Comer Newsletter ICMSA Winter 2015 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn Newsletter 2015 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2015 ICMSA Winter 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Spring 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2013 Newsletter ICMSA Summer Newsletter 2013 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2013 Presidents Speech AGM Read more Login Events Calendar January 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All Press Releases 2015 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 December November October September August

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  • ICMSA accuse Co-ops of 'holding back' a 2 cents per litre milk price rise : I C M S A : http://icmsa.ie
    arise why are the Co ops holding back on the price paid to their milk suppliers and also what are they doing with all the additional profits In 2010 and across all Co ops profits were up substantially on 2009 which was a very bad year for all dairy farmers but yet all the Co ops made a profit On that basis Co ops profits will swell further in 2011 if they continue to pay the current milk price because the markets are well ahead of milk price at this time last year continued Mr McCormack Based on current analysis markets are strong and have shown improvements since March when the market did weaken slightly compared to February But there has been a noticeable improvement in the last two weeks and despite the increase in global milk supplies the demand for dairy products has been strong ensuring that dairy product prices remain at a high level Based on current quotations and returns from the marketplace as reported from a number of sources ICMSA believe that Co ops should be paying a price well in excess of 35 cents per litre VAT inclusive which is at least 2 cents per litre

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  • Ireland No 1 In World For Baby Formula Exports : I C M S A : http://icmsa.ie
    06 ireland no 1 in world for baby formula exports Ireland No 1 In World For Baby Formula Exports A recent article in The Guardian offers room for hope amid the gloom Post date 2011 06 15 19 59 05

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