Dairy news

The Irish Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing up to the minute informative dairy farming news.

NEWS
Watch: Irish casein making Mexican cheese
In this Farm Tech Talk interview, managing director of Ornua Ingredients Seamus Greene chats to Lorcan Allen about the role of Irish casein in the Mexican market.
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Dairy Management: Bloat, lameness and grazing
Aidan Brennan has advice for farmers for dealing with lameness, bloat and autumn pasture closing strategy
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Closing up the farm – autumn rotational planner
Stephen Connolly looks at setting up your an Autumn rotational planner for your final rotation
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Grassland Farmer of the Year
Aidan Brennan previews some of the finalists in the Grassland Farmer of the Year awards
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SPONSORED
The importance of celebrating Irish food produce
As the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 remain, we at the National Dairy Council are more grateful than ever to represent the resilient group of farmers and food producers of Ireland.
More milk or more fertility in autumn sires?
With farmers considering bull selection for November and December, we discuss what's important in our animal breeding webinar
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MARKETS
Dairy Tech start-up livestream
This Thursday's livestream provides a good opportunity to catch up with some dairy start-up companies looking to get established in business
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The importance of celebrating Irish food produce
As the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 remain, we at the National Dairy Council are more grateful than ever to represent the resilient group of farmers and food producers of Ireland.
Get all the updates from the Teagasc Virtual Sheep Week
Throughout this week, there is an opportunity to tune into the Teagasc Virtual Sheep Week on all Teagasc online platforms.
Cow-first approach guides latest innovations for Fullwood Packo
Global population is expected to reach 10.5 billion people by 2067 – and with it an increased demand for sustainable sources of dairy.
Pied Piper Chemicals Ltd - the only Irish-owned manufacturer of rodenticide
Denis Leamy, who has 144 Munster caps and 57 Ireland caps, tackles rodents with Pied Piper Rat and Mouse Bait on his farm to keep it rodent-free.