Butter boom and European heat wave boost demand. By: Louise Hogan
Improved milk prices and lagging world dairy markets are to blame for a fall in margins at Glanbia Ireland, the new joint venture between Glanbia Plc and Glanbia Co-op. By: Margaret Donnelly
In the battle between instant and delayed gratification, the former is hard to defeat. By: Gavin McLoughlin
To operate a truly successful dairy business, there are a number of boxes all dairy farmers need to tick when it comes to managing their cows.
Predictions of record-breaking dairy incomes of €80,000 for 2017 will not be a reality for most dairy farmers, ICMSA president John Comer has warned. By: Claire Mc Cormack
Dairy farmers are fully justified in their demand for a further increase in the July milk price, the Chairperson of the ICMSA’s (Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association’s) Dairy Committee, Gerald Quain, has announced. By: Sylvester Phelan
RETAILERS are placing increasing pressure on the farming industry to cut antibiotic use in animals. By: Louise Hogan
The Chairperson of ICMSA’s Dairy Committee, Gerald Quain has said dairy farmers are fully justified in their demand for a further increase in July milk price.
Which genius within the civil service came up with the idea of taking people off the dole in order to have them milk cows? Talk about ‘dumbing down’ the dairy sector. By: Richard Halleron
June milk production has risen over 20% in New Zealand compared with this time 12 months ago. By: Anthony Jordan