Major biomethane conference to take place next week
Stephen Robb
The 2024 Biomethane Conference will take place in Croke Park on Wednesday 12 June and will focus on the Government’s plans to develop 150 to 200 AD plants and a farmer-centric circular economy.
22 May 2024 Viewpoints
Balmoral boosts summer positivity
Any business that can’t grow volume and value is immediately on the back foot.
How to keep the world’s farmers farming
Boosting farmer resilience to protect food security is the most crucial issue facing the international agri-sector, says Ian Proudfoot, KPMG’s global head of agribusiness
Irish Grass-Fed Beef PGI will be a slow burn
Dawn Meats CEO Niall Browne spoke with Irish Farmers Journal editor Jack Kennedy at the launch of the IFJ KPMG Agribusiness report.
15 May 2024 News
Food price inflation changed consumer buying behaviour
Lidl CEO for the island of Ireland JP Scally tells the IFJ KPMG Agribusiness Report launch how customers managed food price inflation.
14 May 2024 News
Ammonia cuts to cost NI farmers millions
An in-depth analysis of the costs associated with reducing ammonia emissions has been undertaken by KPMG.
14 February 2024 Northern Ireland
Sustainable Food NI in the home straight
David Wright reports from the first of six UFU roadshows which took place in the La Mon Hotel on Monday night
10 January 2024 Northern Ireland
Biomethane strategy not expected until January
The strategy is set to provide a roadmap to achieving the Government’s target of building over 200 anaerobic digestion plants in the next six years.
19 December 2023 News