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Agribusiness
Arrabawn consolidates and lifts profits
Jack Kennedy
Arrabawn Co-op, headquartered in Nenagh in north Tipperary but collecting milk in 15 counties, performed well in 2021 when we look at the numbers.
4 May 2022 News
Fixed milk prices – end game or new rules needed?
With open market price now far outpacing any forward fixed milk price schemes what happens next? Is it just a hard lesson or will it mean dairy farmers ‘won’t participate’ in forward fixed milk price.
27 April 2022 News
Arrabawn AGM hears of higher profits
Turnover and profit increase while debt is lowered at Arrabawn as investment future-proofs the business, according to CEO.
Milk output stalls for first time since quota abolition
If milk output is not ahead at peak then we’re unlikely to push supplies in the back end given the current high feed costs.
13 April 2022 News
Former Teagasc director Gerry Boyle appointed to Arrabawn board
Prof Boyle held the position as director of Teagasc from 2007 t0 2021, with his initial seven-year contract extended on two occasions.
18 January 2022 News
New name needed for Glanbia Co-op
Now that Glanbia plc is keeping that name, the co-op will have to find a new name.
5 January 2022 Dealer
Revealed: dairy hurling team of the year 2021
For achievements on and off the pitch, this year's 2021 hurling team features players and chief executives from all over the country.
25 December 2021 News
Arrabawn Co-op fined €40,000 for breaches of food law
Following a recall of liquid milk product from the market, the subsequent loss of a contract to a supermarket now Arrabawn Co-op have been fined in court.
5 November 2021 News
Tipperary Co-op opens up options with high-spec dryer investment
Tipperary Co-op held its annual general meeting this week announcing financial results for 2020.
29 September 2021 Company finances
Big investment in Loughrea
It is time for the business to start paying back some of the investment in Loughrea for this Arrabawn Co-op supplier.
8 September 2021 Milk quality
Watch back: why are co-ops pulling out of the annual milk price review?
Six co-ops have now decided not to participate in the annual milk price review, so it looks increasingly likely that the exercise won't happen at all after 33 years in existence.
28 June 2021 News
Editorial: transparency in the balance as co-ops withdraw from milk price review
Farmer directors of Aurivo, Arrabawn and the west Cork co-ops have indicated they will not be participating.
23 June 2021 Editorial