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Farmers hold the key to retaining freedoms
The Dealer
Farmers want to retain the freedom to farm amid regulatory pressures, but we need to help our case through responsible behaviour.
25 January 2023 News
Kerrygold off then back on US shop shelves
Kerrygold was absent from supermarket shop shelves in New York and California due to a chemical in its butter tubs.
25 January 2023 Dealer
Is bog the new road frontage?
The Dealer has been musing on whether the fortunes have turned for those who have wet ground.
Index confusion in AI books
The Dealer was scratching their head last week trying to pick out a few bulls for the dairy cows and reading AI books didn't make it any easier.
25 January 2023 Dealer
US egg prices soar as bird flu sees supplies plummet
A dozen eggs now costs American consumers $4.25 (€3.90), up from $1.72 (€1.58) in January last year.
25 January 2023 News
Coillte deal continues to cause problems for Government
Fianna Fáil deputies were unhappy that questions on the Coillte-Gresham House joint venture were not taken at a briefing on the new Forestry Programme last week.
25 January 2023 Dealer
Delvin IFA generates Ukraine support
Delvin IFA members dug deep to purchase generators for Ukraine last month, while Wexford IFA's live crib returned post-COVID.
18 January 2023 Dealer
Farmers flock to meetings
Farmer meetings are taking place for every sector and all over the country, and turnouts are big, despite the weather.
18 January 2023 Dealer
Bantry bay beef bound for Brussels butcher
Angus and Hereford beef from the shores of Bantry Bay is now available to Belgian consumers thanks to one ambitious west Cork family.
18 January 2023 Dealer
Captive audience at Carbery farmer conference
There was a good attendance at Carbery’s annual farmer conference in the Celtic Ross Hotel in Rosscarbery. One of the standout presentations on the night was on the topic of mental health.
18 January 2023 Dealer
Lord, make me green, but not yet
Moneypoint shows no sign of slowing as coal pours in from Australia.
11 January 2023 Dealer
Sixty-year tail to horsemeat scandal
Horsemeat in beef burgers sent shockwaves through the beef sector a decade ago, but the story has a far older pedigree.
11 January 2023 Dealer