Co-op updates: Arrabawn and North Cork raise milk prices

Arrabawn, North Cork Creameries, Tipperary and Boherbue cooperatives are the latest processors to reveal their milk prices for the month of August.

Arrabawn has increased its August milk price to 31.25c/L – this is an increase of 0.25c/L on the price paid last month.

Meanwhile, North Cork Creameries has moved to increase its August milk price by 1c/L on the previous month.

North Cork suppliers will therefore be paid a price of 31.5c/L.

Moving back to the ‘premier county’, and Tipperary Co-op has decided to hold its milk price at 31c/L for last month’s milk.

Finally, Boherbue Co-op has increased its milk price for last month’s supplies by 0.2c/L. Its suppliers will consequently be paid 31.2c/L for August milk.

More info on what the different Irish milk processors paid can be found on the Milk Price Tracker.

The latest Milk Price Tracker – brought to you by AgriLand and the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers’ Association (ICMSA) – details milk prices from the most significant Irish dairy co-ops for the month of August.

For each co-op, a green arrow indicates an increase in milk price (compared with the previous month); a blank space signifies no change; and a red arrow indicates a drop in milk price.