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Beef and pork demand to fall across the EU over 10 years
Noel Bardon
The EU expects people to be eating more chicken and less beef and pork in 10 years’ time.
23 November 2022 Pigs
Malaysian market opens for Irish pigmeat
The Malaysian market of some 33m people consuming on average 17kg of pigmeat annually has opened for the Irish pig sector.
19 October 2022 Pigs
Pig efficiency improvements
While we can lament a pig industry, the results of work for the last 40 years show improvements, writes Gerard McCutcheon, Teagasc.
Average pig farm set to lose over €330,000 this year
Processors must increase the price paid to Irish pig producers if they want to secure a supply of Irish pigmeat into the future, says the IFA. Amy Forde and Rachel Donovan report.
14 September 2022 Letters
Supply of pigs 'drying up fast' – IFA
Processors must increase the price paid to Irish pig producers if they want to secure a supply of Irish pigmeat into the future, says the IFA.
14 September 2022 News
Irish pork granted access to South Korea in EU deal - but not poultry
Pigmeat from Ireland and 13 other EU countries has been granted access to the South Korean market.
5 September 2022 Pigs
Irish pork ‘least expensive at the moment’ – Australian importer
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke with an Australian importer of Irish pork who described its price as “very competitive” compared with that from other countries.
5 September 2022 Pigs
Minister McConalogue leads agri-food trade mission to Japan and Singapore
Japan and the southeast Asia region are priority high-value growth markets for Irish food and drink exports.
29 August 2022 News
Largest EU pig processor faces climate claim court challenge
Danish Crown's branding campaign centred on "Climate Controlled Pigs" has been discontinued as it awaits court proceedings brought by vegetarian groups.
17 August 2022 News