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Climate and environment
Over 7,500ac of solar farms receive funding
Barry Murphy
While welcoming the enhanced investment in solar farms by Government, the Micro-Renewable Energy Federation has warned the same investment must be applied to support farmers put solar panels on sheds.
22 May 2022 News
Arrabawn moves on fixed milk price
With close to one billion litres of milk in fixed milk price schemes and a gap of 15c/l between fixed and open market, some farmers are hurting badly on fixed milk price schemes.
21 May 2022 News
Farmers continuing to invest in farms – AIB
Out of any sector, agricultural customers of AIB sought overdraft credit least often over the last five years.
Post-Brexit problems for UK regulators
National Audit Office report in UK reveals staffing and cost issues in taking over regulatory functions previously carried out by the EU.
20 May 2022 News
JBS profits continue to rise
Even with rising cattle prices in the US, JBS reveal soaring profits for first three months of 2022.
19 May 2022 News
Kerry Co-op poised to move on dairy factories
Kerry Co-op directors are investigating how they might manage the acquisition of the dairy processing arm from Kerry Group.
18 May 2022 News
Retirement scheme evolves into a cow reduction scheme
The industry grouping established to look at how the dairy industry might react to environmental challenges has published an interim report.
18 May 2022 News
AIB acquires €420m in agribusiness loans from Ulster Bank
Both AIB and PTSB are set to acquire a number of loans held by Irish farmers.
18 May 2022 News
Dairy Trends: GDT down again but floor strong
The GDT auction, which establishes a good price indicator for powders, was back a a shade again this week, but supplies remain tight.
18 May 2022 News
Tesco boost for UK pig farmers
UK increases its commitment to UK pig farmers through paying more and increasing its offering of British pork.
18 May 2022 News
Big Mac exit from Russia
Three decades on from opening the first outlet in Moscow, McDonald’s are leaving the market and looking for a buyer.
18 May 2022 News
Food export value up 19% in year - CSO
The value of Irish food exports has increased across a number of commodities when comparing March 2022 and the same month last year, says the CSO.
18 May 2022 News