Eggs for breakfast, lunch or brunch
Neven Maguire
Full of nutritious protein and good cholesterol, eggs are the perfect quick meal to be enjoyed at any time of day. Neven Maguire writes.
13 March 2023 News
Battle of the eggs rages on
The latest contender in the race for Ireland's biggest hen egg comes from the Banner county.
6 March 2023 News
Is this the world's biggest hen egg?
A teenage Wicklow egg producer says his egg could be one of the biggest Ireland has ever seen.
Egg farmers face closure as packers refuse price increase
The IFA has warned that egg farmers are being left with no alternative but to explore export markets for their eggs as supplying Irish retailers has become unviable.
22 February 2023 Poultry
US egg prices soar as bird flu sees supplies plummet
A dozen eggs now costs American consumers $4.25 (€3.90), up from $1.72 (€1.58) in January last year.
25 January 2023 News
American egg prices soar as supplies collapse
A dozen eggs now costs $4.25 (€3.90), up from $1.72 (€1.58) in January last year - a 250% increase.
24 January 2023 News
Producing free-range eggs in the heart of the Garden of Ireland
Wicklow IFA poultry officer Lynda Douglas explains what it is like to be farming in the Garden of Ireland. In conversation with Caitríona Bolger.
11 January 2023 Features
Flock of 750,000 hens culled as bird flu ravages Czech Republic
The avian influenza outbreak involves a large poultry farm in the Tachovsk region of the Czech Republic.
4 January 2023 Poultry
A story of faith, hope and feathers
Margaret Farrelly never thought that she could write a book; but she hopes her life story will encourage other farm women to believe in themselves.
28 December 2022 Features
Egg farmers await price increase from SuperValu
Egg producers are awaiting a price increase to be passed back by SuperValu, following their protests at a number of supermarkets in October, according to the IFA.
28 December 2022 Poultry
Keeping bird flu away from poultry farms
Autumn and winter have always been the worst time for Bird Flu outbreaks but this seems to have changed in 2022 with earlier and more wild bird cases, writes Teagasc poultry adviser Rebecca Tierney.
14 December 2022 Poultry
Bird flu – ‘Do the right thing’, urges chief vet
David Wright reports from the UFU / CAFRE poultry conference held online on Monday.
7 December 2022 Northern Ireland