Sentiment in dairy markets has turned negative in recent weeks as supply begins to recover in some major producing regions.
By Lorcan Allen on 23 October 2017
Ireland is the only member state with significantly more dairy cows now than this time last year, according to the European Commission's latest short-term agricultural outlook.
By Thomas Hubert on 08 October 2017
Despite retailer dominance, new EU members and the EU-wide recession, Irish consumers are still paying 120% the EU average for food. Economist Ciaran Fitzgerald explains.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
"Brexit fallout: animal disease risks" - Brendan Dunleavy, Killeshandra, Co Cavan
By Letters to the Editor on 16 March 2017
The sector also provided the largest number of jobs.
By Amy McShane on 21 July 2016
Figures from the EU Milk Market Observatory and Eurostat show that the countries who have increased milk production the most are among the least reliant on EU storage supports.
By Lorcan Allen on 23 June 2016
Good morning. In the news today: more milk price cuts for May, a farm death in Co Meath, price of food in Ireland, reduced Visa charges at marts and embracing technology to help with a vital farm job.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 17 June 2016
A recent publication from Eurostat shows that 30.7% of all greenhouse gases emitted in Ireland come from the agricultural sector, making it the highest percentage of any EU country.
By Shane Murphy on 17 April 2016
A new publication from Eurostat shows the value of Ireland’s animal production has been the fastest growing in Europe – and that was before quotas ended.
By Thomas Hubert on 26 February 2016