UK propose interim customs union for easy trade

The UK have proposed an interim customs union with the EU post Brexit.

Is Dairy really in the midst of a boom?

Teagasc recently published an outlook report, which reported that dairy farmers can expect increased incomes of between €75,000 and €80,000.But are we not staring down the barrel of a gun after the milk quota collapse and a lack of workers? 

Dairy Update: EU processors up prices by 1 cent per litre.

Leading Milk processors in the UK have announced they will increase the prices they pay to suppliers by 1 cent per litre at least.

Government promise Northern Ireland Subsidies

The Environmental Secretary, Michael Gove, made the announcement at the recent Antrim show over the weekend.

Taxing Meat: Should we do it? The pros and cons

Yesterday a video was published by BBC news, featuring a farmer who thinks a tax should be introduced on meat products in a bid to save the environment.

ICMSA call for fully funded CAP

The ICMSA made calls recently for the full retention of CAP funding.

EU/Japan Trade Agreement Presents Serious Potential

This is the message from The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA), following the conclusion of the free trade deal between the EU and Japan.

ICMSA say Ireland must declare support for any final Brexit proposal

The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA) say that Ireland must make a final agreement on any final Brexit proposal conditional on Cap retention in full.

Healy calls for CAP budget to be defended

President of the IFA, Joe Healy, recently made calls for the CAP budget to be defended.

Cork City to host Eurpoean Maritime Day 2020

Minister Michael Creed has announced that Cork City has been chosen to host the European Maritime day for 2020.

Border and Trade issues go hand in hand

This was the message from IFA President, Joe Healy, speaking at an event in Dublin last week.