The latest figures show that infant milk formula (IMF) exports to China were up last month compared with March 2016. By Amy McShane.
Ireland is still one of the lowest cash cost producers of milk internationally, according to a recent Teagasc report on the competitiveness of the main sectors in Irish agriculture. By Conor Finnerty.
A change appears to be happening at farm level as there has been a noticeable drop in the number of beef calves born on Irish farms this year. By Seán Cummins.
The results of the last two Global Dairy Trade (GDT) events should give reassurance to farmers that milk prices will remain reasonably steady over the coming months. By Richard Halleron.
Global dairy surpluses are placing big pressures on South African farmers who are blaming their European counterparts for ‘going mad’ in the post-milk quota world. By Chris McCullough.
It was Spy Wednesday when I headed for east Limerick to spy on a 106ac residential farm at Knockroe and Knockenaroe near Old Pallas, not far from Pallasgreen. By Jim O’Brien.
Speaking on RTE’s Morning Ireland programme this morning, CEO of Dairygold Jim Woulfe outlined – in monetary terms – how Brexit could impact Irish farm-gate milk prices. By Sylvester Phelan
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, together with the Minister of State in the Department, Andrew Doyle, held discussions with the Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam, Trinh Dinh Dung, during his visit to Ireland this week. By Jim Breen.
Irish dairy farming is facing a critical shortage of trained, skilled and adaptable workers to meet the ambitious development targets of Food 2020 and its successor, Food Wise 2025. By Caroline Allen.
Aurivo has announced that its suppliers will received a milk price of 32.4c/L, including VAT and bonuses, for March supplies. By