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Teagasc launch new podcast for beef farmers

The Beef Edge will cover the latest news, information and advice to improve beef farm performance.    

Suspended mart sales will force farmers to be ‘at the mercy’ of meat processors – Beef Plan

Suspended mart sales will force farmers to be ‘at the mercy’ of meat processors – Beef Plan

‘The only losers will be the farmers who are restricted from getting the best price possible’

ICSA suckler chair, Ger O’Brien, has described the travel restriction included in Bord Bia’s application for Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) for Irish Grass Fed Beef as anti-competitive.

Suckler farmers sold out ‘yet again’ by government – Mayo farmer

Suckler beef is once again being ignored by Bord Bia in their recent proposal to achieve PGI (Protected Geographic Indication) status for Irish beef, according to founder of Ireland's Future, Gerry Loftus.

Petition calls for fairer distribution of EU CAP monies to all Irish farmers

“We need a properly funded suckler welfare scheme that would pay €300 per cow on the first 20 cows of a herd.”

FG to work with farmers to ‘improve viability’ of dairy calf-to-beef systems

Fine Gael has said that it “understands” the value of the “vibrant” agri-food sector and is “committed” to supporting farmers and food businesses”.

Online platform to facilitate ‘transparent’ price negotiation between beef farmers and processors

New online platform to facilitate ‘transparent’ price negotiation between beef farmers and processors

PGI for suckler beef owned by farmers ‘only realistic option’

ICSA president, Edmond Phelan, has insisted that a suckler based application for EU Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) is the only realistic option.

‘Everybody benefits? I’m guessing a lot of farmers would disagree’

Pat Maher, a member of the Independent Farmers of Ireland, writes about beef farming in Ireland.

Beef Finisher Payment – Farmers who sold finishing stock in marts urged to check eligibility

A global health pandemic, mass political resignations and high rainfall in recent weeks - 2020 seems to be the year that keeps on giving...
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