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Things change at Ornua, stay the same at Dairygold
The Dealer
Top-level changes in the dairy industry see both a new and a familiar face.
10 July 2024 Dealer
Offalyman calls time on writing
Offalyman Lorcan Allen is moving away from the world of journalism and into business.
7 July 2024 News
Milk supply dips for May
Irish milk production has declined for the fifth consecutive month in 2024, Central Statistics Office (CSO) data shows.
Dairygold selects Michael Harte as permanent CEO
Harte had been interim CEO since Conor Galvin left to lead Ornua.
5 July 2024 News
Grain Trends: oilseed rape jumps as production estimated down
Markets were more positive this week, with wheat relatively stable and oilseed rape climbing higher due to expected declines in production.
3 July 2024 Markets
Leading on sustainability in Co Limerick
Gearóid Maher’s approach to farming shows how social and environmental sustainability can underpin a profitable dairy enterprise, writes Brendan Dunford.
29 June 2024 Footprint Farmers
Base milk prices increased by some co-ops
Many processors have moved to announced their milk prices in the past week.
19 June 2024 News
Tirlán and Dairygold increase May milk prices
However, both have removed weather or fodder relief payments, scaling back the rise in the milk price.
18 June 2024 News
Dairygold farmers ‘Wrap It Pink’ for 10th year running
This is the 10th year of Dairygold's 'Wrap It Pink' campaign, which raises funds for research and supports those affected by breast cancer.
17 June 2024 News
Almost 50% cut to profit if derogation is lost
Thomas Condon reports from the Dairygold farm walk on the Goggin farm in Cork where water quality and the impact of the derogation was the centre of attention.
12 June 2024 Grass & feeding
Irish butter wars taking place on US shop shelves
Kerrygold butter has a new competitor under the Irish grass fed category in the United States.
5 June 2024 News
Letter commenting on recent developments in Dairygold
"The poor weather this spring was only one of numerous reasons as to why production is dropping." - Frank O'Mahony, Cork
5 June 2024 Letters