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Centenery Thurles advises farmers to insure milk up to €18,000
Rachel Donovan
The increase in milk price has increased the financial risk of a load of milk having to be discarded due to antibiotics or high TBC.
29 April 2022 News
The Insurance Practitioner Apprenticeship to host virtual open evening
The event is aimed at anyone interested in developing a career in insurance and offers the ability to “earn and learn” at the same time, writes Janine Kennedy.
13 April 2022 News
Public liability insurance up 25% for 2022 shows
Rachel Donovan speaks to Jim Harrison of the Irish Shows Association about the outlook for shows in 2022.
Spancilhill Horse Fair under threat as insurance issue looms
The fair which usually takes place on 23 June has yet to secure insurance.
8 April 2022 News
Consumer Watch: better to be safe than sorry
Make sure your dream holiday doesn’t become a disaster by booking your travel insurance, as soon as you book your flights, writes Ciara Leahy.
30 March 2022 Consumer
Opinion: Could crop insurance work in Ireland?
With 2022 posing unique challenges, perhaps one-off usage of crop insurance is required to de-risk tillage farming, writes Pat O'Toole.
23 March 2022 Opinion
Farmers protected by new hunting insurance
New insurance scheme has saved hunting and point-to-points.
15 March 2022 News
Farmers warned about under-insuring
With construction material costs rising in a similar trajectory to other inputs, AXA’s Christy Doherty has cautioned farmers against finding themselves under-uninsured should they need to make a claim.
15 March 2022 News
FBD returns to profit as COVID-19 payout risk reduces
After a turbulent few years for the insurance company, FBD has returned to profits in 2021 as it releases preliminary results ahead of its AGM in May.
4 March 2022 News
Katherine’s Country: storm Eunice leaves her mark
Storm Eunice struck suddenly and ferociously, causing damage to farm buildings. I got a bad fright, writes Katherine O’Leary.
23 February 2022 Katherine O'Leary
Progressive Genetics moves to protect itself from claims
Progressive Genetics has changed its terms and conditions of semen sales to farmers meaning it has no obligation to compensate farmers in the event of a semen or technician problem.
16 February 2022 News
Beef profits soar for Tyson Foods
Tyson Foods, shows exceptional performance from its beef division in strong first quarter results for fiscal year 2022.
9 February 2022 News