Monthly Archives: December 2016

FEEDING THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND – CONCISE VERSION

As Ireland’s milk processors focus on exports and liquid milk price contracts become unattractive to farmers, is fresh Irish milk going to be a premium product available to only a few? After all, so many dairy products are already imported, … Continue reading

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HAVE WE FORGOTTEN TO FEED THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND?

One frequently reads about the plight of liquid milk producers in Ireland; about how the price that they are paid does not meet the extra costs of producing milk all year and that this is jeopardising their future.  Is fresh … Continue reading

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