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Dairygold announces €302/t for 2022 feed barley
Siobhán Walsh
Dairygold is the first co-op to finalise its grain prices for harvest 2022. The Munster based co-op is one of the biggest buyers of grain in the country.
29 September 2022 News
War costs Ukraine's farm sector €34bn over seven months
Ukrainian farmers are also receiving less for their grain, given the higher costs and heightened risks associated with getting grain out of the country this year.
27 September 2022 News
Oat growers of the year announced by Flahavan’s
Two farms took home the award for oat growers of the year in the conventional and organic oats categories.
Farmers face crippling winter feed costs
Livestock rations look set to incur significant increases from the start of October
21 September 2022 Northern Ireland
Dairy farmers sceptical of fixed milk price
The dairy sector is far less willing to forward sell in comparison with the tillage sector.
21 September 2022 News
Waterford Whisky Growers of the Year announced
The award was shared this year between three growers who supply biodynamic barley to the distillery.
16 September 2022 News
Farmers unhappy with White’s oats contract
Arable farmers supplying White's Oats have expressed unhappiness at the mechanism in place for setting farmgate prices.
14 September 2022 Northern Ireland
France to support export of Ukrainian grain
A co-operation agreement between France and Romania was signed within the framework of European solidarity corridors with Ukraine.
13 September 2022 News
Over €28bn worth of damage caused to Ukraine’s agriculture sector
Losses include the destruction of machinery, livestock, crops and higher farm production costs.
11 September 2022 News
Maize shortage and feed demand to help native grain prices
Sanctions on Russian beet pulp are set to improve barley incorporation in feed formulations.
7 September 2022 News
Distillers and brewers should offer ‘fair and strong price’ to barley growers
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue shared his view on the payments made to barley growers for their grain as well as drying charges imposed by Boortmalt during the recent harvest.
7 September 2022 News
‘Not enough capacity’ to keep Ukrainian grain exports flowing
The Ukrainian deputy minister of agrarian policy and food has said that grain supplies are still not moving as fast as they should be.
5 September 2022 News