Input Price Challenges
Impact, Outlook & Strategies to Mitigate
With an end to the closed period for spreading slurry, artificial fertiliser, farmyard manure and other organic fertilisers upon us, farmers throughout the country will be planning how best to negotiate record fertiliser prices, limited supplies and elevated feed prices in the weeks ahead.
Chaired by Deputy President Brian Rushe, the IFA hosted an online webinar on Thursday 20th January at 8pm entitled ‘Input price challenges – Impact, Outlook & Strategies to mitigate’, with guest speakers on the night including Liam Woulfe, CEO Grassland Agro; Rory Deverell, Risk Consultant with StoneX; David Wall, Teagasc Research Officer and Liam MacHale, IFA Director based in Brussels who will provide an outlook for fertiliser markets/feed inputs and possible EU interventions respectively.
You can view the slides from the webinar below.
Review & Outlook on Fertiliser Market
Liam Woulfe, CEO, Grassland Agro
Review & Outlook Feed Ingredients / Inputs
Rory Deverell, Risk Consultant, StoneX
Strategies to Mitigate the Increased Cost of Inputs
Rose Mary McDonagh IFA Farm Business Committee Chair & Shane Whelan, IFA Inputs Policy Executive
David Wall, Teagasc Research Officer
Successful Soil Fertility Management in 2022
Agenda From the Night
|Liam Woulfe, |
CEO, Grassland Agro
|Review & Outlook on Fertiliser Market|
Risk Consultant, StoneX
|Review & Outlook Feed Ingredients / Inputs|
|Shane Whelan, IFA Inputs Policy Executive||Strategies to Mitigate the Increased Cost of Inputs|
Teagasc Research Officer
|Successful Soil Fertility Management in 2022|
European Director, IFA Brussels
|Update on EU fertiliser anti-dumping duties and any interventions forthcoming|