Instability in London highlights continued Brexit threat
The Dealer
The Dealer is not convinced that the demise of Boris Johnson will necessarily offer a positive outcome for Ireland.
29 June 2022 News
Teagasc BEEF 2022: a forum to discuss key challenges facing the beef sector
BEEF 2022 will finish with a forum where a panel of leading experts will address the key challenges facing beef farmers and the industry and how these can be addressed.
10 June 2022 News
Brazilian beef production to increase by 35%
Continued expansion forecast for Brazil's meat industry by industry association in their Beef 2022 report.
Cormac Healy to leave Meat Industry Ireland
Cormac Healy has held the top role in Meat Industry Ireland (MII) for seven years, but is now set to move to a role within Ibec for the drinks sector.
16 May 2022 News
Tyson pushes back at US Senate hearing
US meat industry chiefs in front of Senate agriculture committee, but in no mood to accept blame for inflation.
29 April 2022 News
€6/kg beef price needed in lieu of beef supports – ICSA
The ICSA has said that as neither the EU nor the Department of Agriculture have delivered a support package for beef farmers, higher prices are needed.
20 April 2022 News
Australia moves to tighten regulations around plant-based proteins
A mandatory regulatory framework for the labelling of plant-based protein products and cultured meat goods has been sought.
10 April 2022 News
Without eating meat, humans may not thrive
The positive correlation between meat consumption and overall health at a human population level is not sporadic, according to researchers in Australia.
23 February 2022 News
Australia’s climate targets for farming ‘pie in the sky’ – beef exporter
Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) has set a target for Australian beef production to be carbon neutral by 2030 and already claims that sheep farming in the country is at net zero emissions.
22 February 2022 News