articles about milk
A goat breed native to Austria and primarily raised for dairy purposes, the Tauernsheck is a very uniquely marked breed and one of the world’s rarest breeds.
One of the oldest known dairy goat breeds, the Toggenburg goat hails from St. Gallen in Switzerland and is capable of producing up to 750kgs of milk per lactation. Read all about the breed below.
A domestic breed of cattle hailing from Southern Italy, with origins unknown, the Podolica are a triple purpose breed raised for meat, milk and draught purposes. Read all about the breed below.
Preparing for silage, Red water, Meningitis, dividing herd by performance, sowing maize and GDT results. All on this week's Dairy update. Read it below!
Glanbia and Lakeland Dairies have confirmed today that they will hold milk prices paid for October supplies.
Young Farmer: Meet Patrick Mc Carthy, the 34-year-old Ag graduate, now grass and Macra-mad and running a dairy farm on over 105 acres.
Cork native Patrick McCarthy has been running the family farm for over 13 years now, since taking the reigns from his father back in 2004.