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Westport farmer is Connacht Gold Quality Milk Supplier of the Year

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Westport dairy farmer Michael Lyons has won the top award in the Connacht Gold Milk Quality Awards. Mr Lyons came top of the class among the 875 milk producers who supplied Connacht Gold in 2010.

Arrabawn expands on back of sales growth

Arrabawn Co-op’s group turnover increased by over a third last year as its sales of milk and milk-related products soared thanks to strong domestic and international demand. The group had a turnover of €169.1 million in 2010 compared to €125.8 million in 2009, an increase of 34.5 per cent.

Survive Christmas overindulgence with milk thistle

One in seven adults drink more than they mean to over Christmas, but for all those revellers there is a solution to Christmas overindulgence. A Vogel Milk Thistle Complex is a cleansing herbal remedy that restores your body to full function after too much Christmas cheer.

Survive festive overindulgence with milk thistle

One in seven adults drink more than they mean to over Christmas, but for all those revellers there is a solution to Christmas overindulgence. A Vogel Milk Thistle Complex is a cleansing herbal remedy that restores your body to full function after too much Christmas cheer.

Local butter company wins international award

Cuinneog - a small artisan dairy located in Balla, Co. Mayo, established 20 years ago by the Butler Family, has just been awarded an international UK and Ireland Great Taste Award. The only dairy in Ireland that ferments their cream before production which combined with their trusted recipe makes it so flavoursome, receiving this award for the third time is testament to their dedication to consistent standards as well as the quality and the characteristics that have made it so popular.

Westmeath farmer honoured at Connacht Gold Milk Quality Awards

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Westmeath dairy farmer, Noel Martin, has won one of the premier awards in the Connacht Gold Milk Quality Awards. Noel and his wife Mary, who farm at Fardrum, Athlone, took the award for the highest standards in animal health across the 950 dairy farms supplying Connacht Gold in 2009.

Compensation payments for Kilkenny dairy farmers to begin

Payments from the EU Emergency Dairy Compensation Fund began on March 15, and because dairy farmers in Kilkenny had a difficult year in 2009 with falling milk prices, Deputy John McGuinness felt there was a need for such a scheme.

Glanbia milk suppliers not happy

Even though Glanbia has announced that they will pay a total increase of two cents a litre for milk supplied for the month of July until the end of the current year, dairy farmers are still not happy.

Milk testing satisfactory

The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has carried out a full audit on three of the 23 milk testing centres throughout the country and all were found to be satisfactory.

Milk production not increasing

Even though dairy farmers received over a 2 per cent increase in the price that they receive for their milk over the summer, production has not grown over the same period.

 

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