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Guinness could soon be missing key ingredient as current recipe ‘no longer viable’ due to pricing

Farmers have warned Guinness may be made solely from imported malt in the future unless stronger prices are delivered to...

Grain growers frustrated at malting price that ‘doesn’t cut the mustard’

Almost 80 grain growers marched in front of the Boortmalt premises to show their frustration at the harvest malting barley...

Irish Grain Growers to protest over malting barley prices

The Irish Grain Growers group will stage a “demonstration of facts” outside Boortmalt in Athy, Co Kildare this Tuesday at...

Listen: ‘Malting barley pays less than forestry’

Malting barley growers can expect to receive €50/t profit excluding their CAP payment. In an Oireachtas committee on Tuesday evening...

Ireland should push for GM-free tillage future, Agricultural Committee told

Investment in the tillage industry is needed for it to play its role in helping to secure Ireland’s commitments under...

Meeting of the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Meeting of the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine , Tuesday, 26 September  2017, Webcast Recording. CR1, LH 2000 4...

Wait And See Approach Being Taken On GLAS Cover Crop Extension

Close on 45,000ac of GLAS cover crops are expected to be sown this year. And, with weather and soil conditions...

Feed barley price of €160/t needed

Feed barley needs to be at a base price of €160/t and wheat €15-18/t above that, according to the Irish Grain Growers...

Tillage crisis fund could be case of ‘horse already bolted’

The establishment of a tillage crisis fund could be a case where ‘the horse has already bolted’, according to the...

Ireland’s cereal growers the ones made pay

Irish whiskey is the fastest growing premium spirit globally. There are currently 16 distilleries in operation around the country, although...