Articles Tagged ‘Angus Woods’

Beef price increases as market demand returns

 

IFA national livestock chairman Angus Woods said the beef trade is driving on, with factories paying more to get cattle to meet strong Christmas demand. He said factories are paying up to €3.90 base on steers and €4.00/kg base on heifers is much more common.

Cattle prices increase again – IFA

 

Irish Farmers' Association (IFA) national livestock chairman Angus Woods said cattle prices are continuing to drive forward, with higher base prices of €4.25/kg for steers and €4.35/kg for heifers being paid this week. He said demand remains very strong and, as supplies tighten, prices continue to increase.

IFA meets Meat Industry Ireland on beef prices

 

The Irish Farmers' Association (IFA) has reported that president Joe Healy and national livestock chairman Angus Woods met with the chairman and senior officials from Meat Industry Ireland (MII), representing the meat factories in Portlaoise this week, to discuss factory price cuts.

Strong demand for manufacturing beef – IFA

 

The beef trade has strengthened this week, according to Irish Farmers' Association (IFA) national livestock chairman, Angus Woods, with some factories increasing quotes by 5c/kg.