Drinking milk made humans taller - research
Barry Murphy
Milk consumption drove an increase in human sizes, researchers in the US and Belfast have found.
3 February 2023 News
Milk production up marginally last year on 2021
Fat content rose from 4.75% in December 2021 to 4.85% in December 2022, the CSO figures show.
25 January 2023 Markets
Increased demand drove 2022 prices
Adam Woods takes a look back at 2022 and how in performed for beef finishers.
European organic sales rise but Germans row back
The European Commission has published its latest analysis on the expansion of organic production and consumption in recent years.
24 January 2023 News
Positive beef outlook for 2023 - Bord Bia
Adam Woods has the latest from last week’s Bord Bia meat marketing seminar in Naas, Co Kildare.
18 January 2023 Markets
€186m announced for promotion of sustainable EU food
The funding will be split almost equally for the promotion of EU food to EU consumers and those further afield.
16 January 2023 News
Bord Bia seminar: 2022 Irish meat export value hits €4bn
Adam Woods reports from Bord Bia’s meat marketing seminar held in Naas, Co Kildare.
13 January 2023 Markets
Market signals and farmer decisions for 2023
As we progress into the 2023 production year, it is important to heed market signals and to understand the variables that can influence them.
29 December 2022 Crops
UK beef and lamb consumption fall
Higher prices squeeze beef and lamb retail sales in Britain.
21 December 2022 News
Greater understanding of dietary choices needed
Dietary identity does not strictly define consumption, new study finds, writes policy analyst Anne Finnegan.
20 December 2022 News
EU beef consumption to fall by 8%
The EU expects demand for beef and pork to fall over the next 10 years but meat alternatives will not fill the gap.
14 December 2022 News
Nearly half of NI electricity from renewables
New figures show that close to half of Northern Ireland’s electricity requirements over the past year was supplied by renewables.
14 December 2022 News