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Farm costs continue their slow decline
Lorcan Roche Kelly
Latest CSO data shows almost every input cost for agriculture eased in May
Quality Assurance needs farmer buy-in
14 July 2024 News
Quality Assurance needs farmer buy-in
Quality Assurance is a core requirement to supply the highest value customers for Irish beef, but farmers need to see the value in euros to be persuaded to do more.
Changing face of Irish beef industry
12 July 2024 News
Changing face of Irish beef industry
The crowds at this week's Dairy Calf to Beef shows farmers are open minded to change, but it has to be shown to work.
The changing face of global food demand
Opportunities will be concentrated in Southeast Asia, with European demand flat over the next decade.
10 July 2024 News
Big first half for Aussie exports
Australia's beef and sheep meat exports soared in the first half of 2024.
10 July 2024 News
Irish government spending to top €105bn in 2025
There is little in the Summer Statement to indicate agriculture will be a priority in the coming budget.
10 July 2024 News
Emissions tax on its way for Denmark’s farmers
With New Zealand reversing its decision on a carbon tax for agriculture, Denmark is the first country in the world to have a start date for a carbon tax on farmers.
7 July 2024 News
Dairygold selects Michael Harte as permanent CEO
Harte had been interim CEO since Conor Galvin left to lead Ornua.
5 July 2024 News
McDonald’s drops McPlant in US
McDonald's customers reject the beef replacement McPlant burger in favour of the real thing.
5 July 2024 News
Irish Dog Foods expands into US with Aldi contract
Queally-owned pet food company already has multi-million contracts with German retailer.
4 July 2024 News
Tesco to switch to biomethane transport fleet
In a significant move, Tesco Ireland has taken delivery of 50 state-of-the-art biomethane-fuelled trucks, which will operate across its country-wide distribution network.
4 July 2024 News
Latest data shows the pace of inflation has slowed further
Irish inflation estimate for June comes in well below euroarea level.
3 July 2024 News