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Dairy Day - Solutions for a growing sector

The Irish Farmers Journal will host National Dairy Day on Thursday 23 November 2017 in Punchestown Event Cenre, Co. Kildare. The event promises to offer solutions for a growing sector. The day aims to showcase all that is good about the dairy industry and find solutions for farmers to emerging challenges and trends. To get your ticket for the event, simply collect 3 tokens from the Irish Farmers Journal and bring them along with you on the day or buy your ticket Here
While price volatility would be more prevalent, a low-cost base would deliver the necessary business resilience.
By Justin McCarthy on 30 November 2017
The current review of nitrates regulations came up in the Dairy Day debates this Thursday.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 November 2017
Low-cost commodities or high-value products for affluent consumers? Ireland’s dairy sector needs to choose before it adds 3bn more litres of milk, speakers told the Dairy Day 2017 event this Thursday.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 November 2017
Growing global demand, the risks of runaway expansion and the increasing need for proven environmental sustainability were among the key points discussed by the international panel at Dairy Day.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 November 2017
Watch: Irish Farmers Journal Dairy Day
Watch proceedings of the Irish Farmers Journal Dairy Day from the Punchestown event centre on Thursday.
By Amy Forde on 04 December 2017
As the wave of milk continues to flow, Eoin Lowry and Lorcan Allen examine what to do with the next 3bn litres.
By Eoin Lowry on 25 November 2017
While Dairy Day speakers will celebrate a successful growing Irish dairy industry, some challenging questions that could dampen the upside for the farmer need to be asked.
By Jack Kennedy on 23 November 2017
Company profile : Permanent TSB
With dairy investments high due to growth in the sector, PTSB are open for business.
By Jack Kennedy on 16 November 2017
Rapid dairy change while others grind to a halt
With the Irish dairy industry set to descend on Punchestown it is time to take stock of where Ireland sits on a global scale write Jack Kennedy
By Jack Kennedy on 16 November 2017
Managing mental health on the the dairy farm
Dairy farmers are among the hardest workers in Ireland in terms of hours worked, and it is not unusual for farmers to work an average of 90 hours per week at certain times of the year.
By Contributor on 16 November 2017
Cows that produce winter milk need good fertility
Compact calving, good fertility and good milk solids are all important for winter milk.
By Jack Kennedy on 16 November 2017
Brexit's threat to dairy
What should the dairy industry in Ireland do to build a plan for Brexit? Jack Kennedy reports.
By Jack Kennedy on 16 November 2017
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