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Ballymena chicken manure AD plant eyes 200,000t expansion
Stephen Robb
The Tully Biogas Plant hit the headlines in 2017 when it became the first plant in the world to run entirely on chicken manure and now has plans to expand its capacity to 200,000t.
15 May 2024 Neven
Neven Maguire: taco ’bout tasty dishes
Get ready to explore flavour-filled and easy to prepare dinners, as we dive into the world of tacos and stir fries, writes Neven Maguire.
1 May 2024 Neven
Entertaining at home: all the flavours of the med
Bright, vibrant flavours give a summer feel to these Mediterranean-inspired dishes, writes Neven Maguire.
Moy Park increases payment to growers
On a typical broiler unit with 40,000 birds and seven crops per year, the higher stocking density pay rise equates to over £11,000.
NI poultry at risk from variable water quality
David Wright reports from a conference organised by St David's Poultry Team.
13 March 2024 Northern Ireland
Nothing beats a roast dinner
Nothing will gather family and friends around the dinner table faster than the unmistakable aroma of a roast chicken dinner.
6 March 2024 Neven
Increased pay rates put poultry production in jeopardy - IFA
The base salary has been increased to €30,000 for all grades of workers under changes to the permit system announced recently by Minister of State Neale Richmond.
3 March 2024 News
Farmer Writes: once a cow calves you can’t turn off the tap
The end buyer must realise that farmers are producing and rearing youngstock to produce milk in three years’ time without knowing what the end price will be, Joe Collingborn writes.
24 February 2024 Farmer Writes
Aldi announces price cuts to almost 20 meat products
There was 70c taken off the price of extra-large chicken fillets and 50c cut from the cost of two Irish fillet steaks.
19 February 2024 News
Americans to eat 1.45 billion chicken wings this Superbowl Sunday
Superbowl Sunday is the second-biggest eating day of the year in America, coming second only after Thanksgiving.
11 February 2024 News
High Court dismisses challenge over chicken farm licence
The High Court dismissed an action by well-known activist Peter Sweetman over an EPA decision to grant an industrial emissions licence for a chicken-rearing plant in Co Limerick.
9 February 2024 News
Positive outlook for poultry markets in 2024
Peter Duggan, Bord Bia poultry markets specialist takes a look at global poultry market and what the outlook for 2024 is like.
13 December 2023 Poultry