Workshop on Vit. D deficiency set for Cork

An upcoming workshop is to be held in the Cork Centre for Vitamin D and Nutrition Research, University College Cork.

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.

Brexit Negotiations date is set

A joint statement has been released launching Article 50 Brexit negotiations.

Flooded farmland needs care in ANC Review

Sinn Féin MEP, Matt Carthy, has called for greater attention to be paid for flooded farmlands in the ANC review.

“Round-up” of EU row over weed killer

Discussions take place in the EU on whether or not Glyphosate should be granted another licence.

Ming welcomes new trade deals

Luke Ming Flanagan welcomes the announcement of the negotiation of new trade deals by the European Court of Justice.

Pig Farmers advised to demand higher prices

Tom Hogan, The IFA's Chairman of the Pigs Committee, has advised Ireland's pig farmers to demand higher prices.

Cattle Trade continues to strengthen with Ireland again the EU's fastest growing economy.

IFA national livestock Chairman Angus Wood states Irish Cattle trade will continue to improve as Ireland announced as EU's fastest growing economy for third consecutive year.