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Factories’ attempts to cut beef prices must be resisted - IFA
Rachel Donovan
IFA livestock chair Declan Hanrahan said there is no justification in the market place for any weakening of beef prices.
23 February 2024 News
Larry Murrin to be new Bord Bia chair
Murrin will succeed Dan MacSweeney, who spent six years as chair and was previously CEO of Carbery.
Positive start to 2024 for beef and sheep markets
Bord Bia sheepmeat and livestock manager Seamus McMenamin and beef sector manager Mark Zeig analyse beef and sheep markets.
Calf slaughtering back on 2023 levels
Adam Woods has the latest on the drop in the number of calves being slaughtered in 2024.
21 February 2024 Markets
Beef prices: factories continue to apply pressure to trade
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including the latest factory prices for finished animals.
20 February 2024 Markets
Increase in organic hectares doesn't relate to production or markets
Government funding is driving conversion to organic, but greater area doesn't necessarily relate to volume of output or markets.
18 February 2024 News
Factories showing ‘no regard’ for beef farmers - IFA
The IFA said that the facts of the market are very much at odds with the negative messages coming from some factories.
16 February 2024 News
Bord Bia's Murphy on the move
Michael Murphy has been helping attract talented executives to the Irish industry through Bord Bia’s sponsorship of master's programmes with UCD Smurfit and DCU Business Schools.
14 February 2024 Dealer
Over 1,300 farmers receive SCEP Bord Bia certification
Bord Bia reports that 212 farmers who applied to join SBLAS before 16 October 2023 failed to become certified by the 22 January 2024 deadline.
14 February 2024 News
Beef Trends: factories move to cool trade
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including the latest factory quotes for finished animals.
14 February 2024 Markets
Irish companies exhibit at world’s leading organic trade fair
BioFach takes place in Germany from 13 to 16 February, where Irish organic food and drink companies will target export opportunities.
13 February 2024 News
Organic Farming Scheme participants surpass 5,000
There were 1,050 new applications accepted in to the scheme in the latest tranche, bringing the area farmed to 225,000ha.
7 February 2024 News