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Northern Ireland
Livestock rations unchanged for February
Kieran Mailey
Feed merchants indicate ration prices will remain unchanged as grain prices fall, but protein costs remain high.
19 January 2023 News
800kg/t less carbon from Irish feed – Quinns
New figures from Quinns of Baltinglass put Irish grain and protein in the spotlight for their positive carbon footprint figures.
18 January 2023 World
Market Digest: stories from around the world
Updates from Algeria, Mexico, Ukraine/Black Sea and UK.
Beans price on way as Dairygold commits to Irish grain
Dairygold’s head of agribusiness re-enforced the company's commitment to Irish grain at the annual Dairygold tillage conference.
13 January 2023 News
Grain Trends: markets continue to fall
Markets showed no sign of lifting over the past week. The French wheat price dropped almost €10/t in a week.
11 January 2023 Markets
Tillage sector not getting ‘a fair crack of the whip’
It is vitally important that the mindset is changed when it comes to the tillage sector in Ireland, an Irish Grain Growers Group meeting heard on Monday night.
10 January 2023 News
Four finalists announced in Dairygold malting barley awards
The winner of the Dairygold malting barley competition will be announced at the Dairygold Annual Tillage Conference on Friday 13 January.
10 January 2023 News
Soya hike scuppers lower feed prices
Soya prices are rising, lifting the value of other protein feed straights.
4 January 2023 Northern Ireland
Rathangan native recognised for work with the UN
June works for the Grain and Feed trade Association which is based in the UK and was recognised for her work with the UN.
28 December 2022 Dealer
Farming posts that got you talking the most in 2022
As another year comes to an end, it’s the perfect time to sit back and reflect on the news stories that got us all talking over the past 12 months.
25 December 2022 News
Call for additional analysis on pesticide proposals ‘positive’ – IFA
A mandatory EU requirement to cut pesticide use by 50% will destroy Ireland’s tillage sector overnight, says IFA grain chair Kieran McEvoy.
21 December 2022 News
Winter milk emissions down 32% on homegrown protein
Teagasc research has shown that milk produced from animals on a diet with homegrown protein have a carbon footprint 32% lower than those fed imported protein.
20 December 2022 News