Irish beef and dairy exports could face tariffs of up to 60pc and 50pc respectively in the event of a hard Brexit, according to a study. By Ciaran Moran
Modest benefit for grocers amid competitive, PPI concern. By Jon Springer.
Smallholders hope to reverse years of dairy industry decline with a return to cows grazing in the great outdoors. By Dan Glaister.
Cheese production is no longer a human’s game, it’s moving towards full automation. By RUBY LOTT-LAVIGNA.
First Milk has confirmed the completion of a new long term contract with Nestle UK & Ireland.
“C’mon, c’mon, c’mon!” I’m standing on a hill in Pembrokeshire, a stiff breeze blowing in off the sea, clouds scudding overhead. By Kate Humble.
Asda’s plan to stock milk with the Pasture Promise logo, from herds that have spent at least six months outdoors, is good news for consumers and farmers. By Joanna Blythman.
A number of dairy farmers in Northern Ireland have received ‘exit’ letters from their banks asking them to pay back their loans and leave the bank.
WILL milk by any other name still taste as sweet? By Kim Stephens
Last week, Arla Foods amba, the farmer-owned dairy company, released its Group 2016 results, announcing strong performance across its branded portfolio.