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€30m Silver Hill Duck expansion creates 50 new jobs
Barry Murphy
A Monaghan-based duck producer is expanding its operations as it continues to drive exports to international markets.
31 March 2023 News
UK investigates Danish pigmeat labeling concerns
Investigation into passing off Danish pigmeat as British ongoing in UK by National Food Crime Unit.
29 March 2023 News
Are there lessons for Ireland in the Dutch nitrogen crisis?
Dutch farming has been in paralysis as the country tries to deal with its deep environmental. Policy analyst Anne Finnegan asks if there are lessons for Ireland.
JBS profit returns to normal
After exceptional record profits in 2021, driven by its US beef division, 2022 sees return to more normal margins.
29 March 2023 News
Bank of Ireland reports a ‘significant’ rise in agri-loan applications
Bank reports a brisk start to the year for its farmer-lending product.
29 March 2023 News
AIB Agri Tracker finds young farmers are leading growth in the sector
Unsurprisingly, rising input costs dominated the list of concerns in 2022.
29 March 2023 News
Brazilian beef back in China
While Brazil’s president didn't make it to China because of illness, the agriculture minister and industry team secured the reopening of the market for beef exports.
29 March 2023 News
Making jet fuel from slurry
The challenge to decarbonise the aviation sector is great but agriculture could be about to play a pivotal role in the production of sustainable aviation fuel.
29 March 2023 Climate and environment
Food companies to access Brexit grant of up to €36,000
Food companies can use government funding to bring in consultants to find and strengthen additional export markets outside the UK.
29 March 2023 News
Shifting to more plant-based diet benefits agriculture but not livestock farming
A recent German study examines the impact of shifting to the EAT-Lancet diet and finds farming benefits overall, but livestock farming would see income losses.
28 March 2023 News
Farming mostly safe from artificial intelligence - says artificial intelligence
We asked an AI chatbot if AI will replace farmers. Here's what it said.
27 March 2023 News
EDF Renewable’s three new Irish solar farms go live
EDF say that sheep will continue to graze on the site to control vegetation and in total, the three solar farms will reduce over 9,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.
27 March 2023 News