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‘The arrival of Balmoral stock on Irish soil was a far-fetched dream come true’

In this article, That’s Farming speak to renowned Highland cattle breeder, Michelle Shaughnessy, who outlines the step-by-step process of importing cattle into Ireland post-Brexit. On...

9/10 of beef farmers believe their farm is not providing sufficient income – new report

According to a 2021 annual farm report conducted by ifac, Ireland’s farming, food, and agribusiness professional services firm, the increasing role of technology in...

Sixth-generation farmer running her own farm shop at the age of 22

Sixth-generation farmer, Emily McGowan, studies agri-food business with marketing at Harper Adams University while running a 500-strong sheep farm and her own farm shop in Killinchy, Co. Down.

Brexit: €100m scheme for dairy and meat processors

The Government has announced a €100m capital investment programme for the food processing sector in recognition of unique exposure to the impact of Brexit. The...

Calls for Chinese market to re-open to Irish beef

Minister Charlie McConalogue and the government must now redouble their efforts to secure an immediate return of Irish beef to the Chinese market. That is...

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”.

Budget 2021: €5m dairy calf weighing scheme, BDGP and Sheep Welfare Scheme extended

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D, today (Tuesday, October 13th) announced details of his department’s 2021 Budget. The 2021 estimates...

UFU highlights concerns regarding animal movement from 1 January

The Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) is very concerned about Northern Ireland (NI) farmers being able to access genetics which they rely on from 1...

No-deal brexit could spark ‘armageddon for the beef sector’

Concerns have been raised over the current direction of Brexit talks between the EU and the UK.

Sheep taskforce could play ‘pivotal’ role in reviving wool industry

The ICSA launched its campaign for the establishment of a sheep taskforce at its national executive meeting in Portlaoise last night (Wednesday, July 29th).
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