STILL ALL TO PLAY FOR IN ‘MILK AGREEMENT’ CONTROVERSY
The imminent abolition of milk quotas (which limited farmers to producing a certain amount of milk in any given year) will create a radically altered economic landscape for Irish farming. In a best case scenario it has the potential to open up all kinds of possibilities for those involved in milk production; on the other hand, even experts concede it’s uncharted territory for a sector historically bound to the quota regime.
Dairygold is a significant player in the food production sector and like similar organisations throughout the country is having to face up to this brave new world.
A public meeting held in Mallow GAA complex on Wednesday night last, saw a hall full of vexed farmers which wasn’t the ideal setting for ...
Thursday 24th January 5:31pm