No light at the end of the tunnel, like the dark arts to hold the price of beef

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Last weekend saw the festival of television of the faith, as Pope Francis arrived. There was great pomp and pageantry. You could not help but be touched by the singing and the flow of emotions.

However, yesterday the Factory boss, it seemed, drove all thoughts of charity fathers and all men as they called to the dark arts in relation to the prices of cattle.

The murder last week 35,500 in HD quality, buyers factory pointed out that last week’s base prices of €3.90/kg for Bulls and €4.00/kg for heifers will not be repeated.

To pull the price of 5C/kg, which were taken last week will happen this week. What does it mean to go forward, the quotes start from €3.85/kg for Bulls and €3.95/kg for heifers.

I can’t confirm that any cattle were actually bought at those prices for slaughter today or yesterday, but I can tell you that story in connection with it to pull the price in line if you were in the West, Midlands and South.

Some very astute observers I talked to considered that during the factory bosses appeared intend to make this week an attempt at a price pull handle, they’d be more than happy to keep the price down, if it meant that a minimum of noise in the media.

Support for this theory is the fact that the factory cost for culling cows is unchanged.

As the bottom rung of the ladder price, when cows don’t move, it helps to keep everything above them to remain stable.

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Prices for cows are between €3.40/kg to €3.45/kg for R grades reaching up to €3.00/kg mark for P+O x classes for €3.20-3.25./kg. As always, the amount of coverage for animals is one of the main factors.

Prices for Bulls were also stable at last week’s levels. The base price for under-16-month supply remains at €3.90/kg, while under 24 months bulls see a flat price of €4.00/kg for the variety, with RS for €3.90/kg, while the O brands at €3.80/kg.

Looking at the figures obtained from Bord Bia in mid-August, we can see that overall this year to kill up to 3.6 PC or 36,718 for the same term in 2017. Full HD 1,027,893 figures for the year to the end of the second week of August 2017, and in respect 1,064,611 in the same period this year.

The remains

What 36,718 drawing – which is a whole extra week to kill, you can think of is to leave the numbers sometime this fall a little easier as the market balances.

When you look closer you will see that 11000 is 36,718 figure consists of extra cull cows, which have passed through the system during a drought.

This begs the question, as we head into the winter months there will be a dairy men to do a second cleansing? They say that some dairy men, who traditionally fatten pen or two oxen during the winter months, consider not doing so due to growing costs and feed factors.

Where those cattle in the end? That is the question.

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