Irish steak retailing at €50/kg in Germany
Rachel Donovan
Irish rump steak and ribeye were also seen in abundance in the German fridges.
28 September 2022 News
Dutch supermarket shelves packed with competing beef branding
Beef branded as South American, high animal welfare and Irish are all competing for space on shelves in the Netherlands.
28 September 2022 Management
Sky’s the limit for organics – McConalogue
Declan Marren reports from the Teagasc/Bord Bia/Department of Agriculture farm walk on John Purcell's farm in Co Tipperary.
My Farming Week: Trevor Harris, Donadea, Co Kildare
Trevor is busy harvesting salads at present, but has a great mix of crops and animals on the farm.
21 September 2022 News
Squeeze coming on Irish beef in Britain
There is also the Brexit effect which is imminent as the UK government proceeds with the parliamentary approval of the trade deals agreed with Australia and New Zealand.
21 September 2022 Viewpoints
BAR fund should go to genotyping national herd - Cullinan
Adam Woods reports from the Ulster/North Leinster IFA regional meeting held in Cootehill, Co Cavan.
14 September 2022 News
Buyers of Irish beef still looking for steers over young bulls
Importers of Irish beef on the continent are seeking steer and heifer beef to fill premium shelf space while overlooking bull beef product.
14 September 2022 News
Irish beef not ‘directly competing’ with US, say exporters
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke to US beef exporters about their views on Irish beef, global markets and sustainability.
11 September 2022 News
Weekly podcast: €72/kg beef, fertiliser and Ukraine
Wagyu weanlings in Japan, pricey Irish beef, fertiliser and an update on Ukraine all feature on this week's episode.
9 September 2022 Podcast
Who was really the giant in Asia?
The Dealer wonders where the farmer lies in all the deals struck during Minister McConalogue’s trade mission to Japan and Singapore this week.
7 September 2022 Dealer
Big in Japan: Irish beef hits shelves in premium retailer
Irish beef has hit the shelves of a premium Japanese retailer during Bord Bia's trade mission to southeast Asia.
2 September 2022 News
Irish farmers need Mercosur protections, not just new markets - IFA
The IFA has sought assurances from Minister McConalogue that Irish beef farmers will not be sacrificed to Mercosur in the EU marketplace.
1 September 2022 News