Pig farmers in 18th month of loss-making - IFA
Rachel Donovan
It is vital that local and Irish produce is supported by retailers, wholesalers, Government procurements, the hospitality sector, butchers and consumers, the IFA has said.
7 January 2023 Management
Dairy management: slurry spreading date nears
The end of the closed period for spreading slurry in Zone A and B is approaching, writes Aidan Brennan.
14 December 2022 Pigs
End to pig farm income ‘horrors’ in 2023 – Teagasc
Pig farms are set to see fortunes somewhat turn in 2023 following a year where they incurred average losses of €422,000.
Ukrainian agriculture loses €33bn due to war
Ukraine’s Ministry of Agrarian Policy has published its analysis of income and production losses hitting its farmers due to the ongoing war.
19 November 2022 News
Alternative milk company's eye-watering losses as outlook sours
Oatly's third quarter results show a business in rapid decline.
16 November 2022 News
Coolmore case against Glanbia stalled
High Court proceedings between Glanbia and Coolmore Stud were postponed to allow time for a verdict to first be made in Glanbia’s case against its molasses supplier.
14 November 2022 News
Aryzta long road back to profit
After years of losses and restructuring Aryzta look ot have turned the corner with profits reported and a positive outlook for next year.
5 October 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
Wicklow farmers face disaster, with 84% of milk in fixed-price schemes
A scheme designed to de-risk dairy farming has exposed some suppliers to financial ruin.
7 September 2022 News
Ploughing association records loss for 2021
Losses for 2021 would have been higher, and topped over €1m, only for other operating income the NPA received.
17 August 2022 News