Growing importance of North America for Irish dairy exports
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Bord Bia’s market specialist for North America Maurice Power looks at developments in the US market.
17 April 2024 News
No plan to extend QA certification in light of weather
Bord Bia chair Larry Murrin said farmers can postpone an audit if circumstances permit, but declined to say there would be a blanket certification extension.
17 April 2024 News
Weather hinders calf exports
Last weeks difficult weather saw the number of calves exported fall to their lowest level since early March.
PGI Grass-Fed Beef: putting Irish beef on the European map
Obtaining protected geographical indication (PGI) status for grass-fed Irish beef was a whole-island collaboration. Janine Kennedy chats to some of the people behind the effort.
17 April 2024 News
Dire predictions on EU milk supply
Rabobank is predicting that environmental restrictions and a lack of succession on dairy farms is going to result in a contraction of the EU milk pool.
17 April 2024 News
Beef prices: factories make move to pull quotes
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade including the latest factory quotes for factory finished animals.
15 April 2024 Markets
Unlocking Culinary Creativity: the Bord Bia Talent Academy
Are you a graduate with 3+ year’s experience, with a passion for innovation and a keen interest in the food, drink, or horticulture sectors?
Factories not offering a better beef price is unacceptable – IFA
IFA national livestock chair Declan Hanrahan said key market indicators and the supplies of finished cattle justify stronger beef prices.
12 April 2024 News
Calf exports to Netherlands down 35%
Calf exports from Ireland to the Netherlands are significantly behind where they usually are according to Bord Bia data.
10 April 2024 News
Councils at odds on farm inspections
Some county councils have hit pause on their farm inspection campaigns in light of the bad weather, while others are continuing.
10 April 2024 News
Bord Bia can reschedule audits for farmers
Bord Bia is engaging with stakeholders and farmers to manage audits for farmers severely affected by poor weather.
6 April 2024 News
No competition in marketing of organic and conventional food - Bord Bia
Bord Bia’s organic sector manager Emmet Doyle said organic and conventional Irish food target two separate consumer needs.
6 April 2024 News