Pork and dairy in China's firing line
Declan O’Brien
There are mounting fears that China will hit back at European agri-produce if the EU imposes increased import duties on Chinese manufactured electric cars.
22 May 2024 Viewpoints
Dempsey at Large: Tony O'Reilly - an immense talent
His interest and involvement in horses and cattle at his beloved estate Castlemartin just outside Kilcullen, Co Kildare, has received less coverage.
18 April 2024 l2
Growing importance of North America for Irish dairy exports
Bord Bia’s market specialist for North America Maurice Power looks at developments in the US market.
US cow numbers hit five-year low
Dairy exports from the US were 7% back in 2023 compared with 2022 and Rabobank predicts that volumes are unlikely to recover in 2024.
17 March 2024 News
Success and failure in USA for Irish beef and dairy
Irish beef and dairy have the opposite export experience to the US.
10 March 2024 News
Dairy Trends: butter jumps by €365/t as demand rises
There was a huge increase in the price of butter on the European spot market this week, writes Aidan Brennan.
28 February 2024 Markets
Value of Irish food exports drops slightly in difficult 2023
Ireland exported €16.4bn of food, drink and horticulture produce last year, according to Bord Bia estimates.
10 January 2024 News
Transport emissions from beef and dairy exports not ‘negligible’ - Ryan
Minister for the Environment Eamon Ryan was speaking in response to a comment from Bord Bia CEO Jim O'Toole, who said transport emissions from beef and dairy exports are negligible.
10 January 2024 News