New body to tackle poor public perception of farming
Declan O’Brien
The proposed entity would be tasked with countering the negative portrayal of agriculture in relation to the environment, water quality, biodiversity loss and climate change.
31 January 2024 Markets
Positive outlook for 2024 beef trade
Adam Woods reports from the Bord Bia meat marketing seminar held in Naas, Co Kildare.
18 January 2024 News
Beef exporters now focused on recommencing trade with China - MII
The ibec group for meat processors sees trade opportunities for beef in the Chinese market.
UK visa rules to increase factory costs
While the main short term concern for UK meat factories is veterinary cover, the new visa rules for overseas workers will ultimately increase factory costs.
6 December 2023 News
COP28 full of good intentions
COP28 - like its predecessors - means well, but achieving meaningful reduction in emissions requires lifestyle changes that society is not ready to accept.
3 December 2023 News
Ball in China’s court to reopen for Irish beef
Dale Crammond, director of Meat Industry Ireland, said his focus now is on 'ensuring that this suspension is shortlived'.
8 November 2023 News
Long road to agri-food regulator
Getting the Agri-food Regulator's office operational seems like it is taking forever, but Minister assures us it is close.
3 November 2023 News