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Castlebar farmer John Comer was comfortably re-elected as president of the Irish Creamery Milk Supplier Association on Wednesday.
Hot on the heels from his outstanding performance against the South African Springboks, Arrabawn Dairies is offering local rugby teams and schools the chance to win a masterclass lesson with Irish rugby star Robbie Henshaw. As part of Arrabawn’s Breakfast of Champions campaign, this competition is open to local rugby clubs and school teams.
Ballina man Sean O'Donnell was named the FBD Young Farmer of the Year at an awards ceremony in Bantry, Cork, last night.
People are generally more health conscious in the summer, and whether hard at work or soaking up the rays, it is the right time to make the swap to Arrabawn Skim Plus Milk.
Two Galway farmers were winners at the seventh annual Milk Quality Awards.
Arrabawn Dairies has just launched its Get Slim with Arrabawn Skim Campaign, offering customers the chance to win six month’s free membership to a gym of their choice, plus nutritional advice and personal training sessions. This prize will be given out every week for four weeks and can be entered via the Facebook page and website www.arrabawndairies.ie. There will also be lots of other prizes including pink Atak compression wear – perfect to wear when getting fit for summer.
Fourteen dairy farms - including one from Co Westmeath - have been shortlisted as national finalists for the 2013 National Dairy Council and Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards. The Westmeath finalists are David and Kathleen Boland from Cartron’s Glebe, Horseleap.
Members of the Galway branch of the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) staged a protest outside the Arrabawn milk processing plant in Kilconnell, Ballinasloe, on Tuesday to highlight the strains placed on liquid milk producers who are faced with increasing pressures of feed bills and other rising production costs.
A scientific report published by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) highlights key recommendations to improve the nation’s baby feeding patterns and nutrition. Scientific Recommendations for a National Infant Feeding Policy in Ireland highlights a number of key concerns with current infant feeding trends and outlines specific actions and advice to improve the nutritional diet of mums-to-be and infants from birth to one year. The report is based on research into infant feeding practices in Ireland and the latest international scientific opinion. It states that emerging evidence worldwide shows good nutrition during pregnancy and throughout an infant’s first year, can have a significant positive impact on health throughout a person’s life.
Dietitian Heather Miller who holds clinics in Balla, Castlebar, and Ballindine, this week talks about how to deal with allergies and intolerances.