Better genetics can cut emissions from beef by 13% - researchers
Noel Bardon
Improved genetics allow cattle to grow faster and become ready for slaughter at a younger age, reducing emissions, researchers say.
6 July 2022 News
Whitehead gets seat at ABP table
ABP has acquired expertise in human resources for its board of directors.
5 July 2022 News
ABP appoints Sharon Whitehead as non-executive director
ABP has acquired expertise in human resources for its board of directors.
Irish beetles tackle docks in new trial
Irish-bred beetles are set to become an environmentally friendly, cost-effective weapon to kill docks.
27 June 2022 News
18th National Hall of Fame Awards honour pedigree cattle breeders
Adam Woods reports from the National Hall of Fame awards held in Athlone last week.
11 May 2022 Pedigree
Science supports call for early slaughter premium
Adam Woods has news of a new carbon report being rolled out by ABP to its beef finisher suppliers.
6 April 2022 News
Lowering age at slaughter key to reducing GHG emissions
A look at a new report being launched by ABP and ICBF this week detailing the GHG emissions of beef animals.
6 April 2022 News
Watch: Gorey Community School crowned Certified Irish Angus competition winners
Niamh Gunn reports from the Certified Irish Angus schools competition finals in Croke Park.
1 April 2022 News
2022 National Leadership Award winner Emma Kate O’Dwyer
Emma Kate O’Dwyer is county chair of Waterford City Macra club.
23 March 2022 Community
Almost 900 less visas issued for agri workers in 2021
There was 50% less work permits issued to meat factories in 2021 v 2020.
23 March 2022 News
Goodman Foundation aims to raise €7m for Ukraine
One hundred per cent of donations will go directly to the urgent humanitarian response in Ukraine.
23 March 2022 News
Goodman companies donate €3m to support Ukraine
The wider livestock farming community will also be facilitated in making donations.
11 March 2022 News