Climate crisis reducing land’s ability to sustain humanity, says IPCC

By |avgust 9th, 2019|dairy, fertilisers, IPCC, land use, land use change, Meat, meat tax, News|

The climate crisis is damaging the ability of the land to sustain humanity, with cascading risks becoming increasingly severe as global temperatures rise, according to a landmark UN report compiled by some of the world's top scientists. EURACTIV's medi...

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UK agriculture must ‘invest to compete’ after Brexit, say industry leaders

By |januar 18th, 2018|Brexit, British agriculture, dairy, meat production, News|

Britain’s agriculture industry must work to “incentivise the implementation of research and development” if it is to compete globally after Brexit, farming leaders told a EURACTIV roundtable in Westminster on Tuesday (16 January).

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Food and drink industry calls for ‘functioning’ single market, Brexit certainty

By |januar 9th, 2018|dairy, Ireland, News, Northern Ireland, single market|

Europe’s food and drink industry relies heavily on the EU single market to underpin its steady growth rate, but it has warned that Brexit poses a real threat to the future of many businesses.

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Dairy farmers demand EU action on milk prices

By |oktober 27th, 2017|dairy, dairy crisis, milk, milk crisis, News|

Europe’s dairy farmers gathered in front of the European Commission’s headquarters in Brussels on Thursday (26 October) to demand measures to improve their income security in the face of recurring crises in the sector.

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Hard border could spell the end for Northern Ireland’s dairy processors

By |avgust 31st, 2017|border controls, dairy, dairy products, Hard Brexit, Ireland, News, Northern Ireland|

Controls on the Irish border could make the island’s dairy industry “unworkable”, while tariffs could force Northern Irish milk processors out of business altogether, the sector has warned.

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EU heading for butter shortage by year end

By |avgust 30th, 2017|dairy, dairy products, News, Supply Chain|

Dairy producers have warned that the EU faces a butter supply crisis by the end of the year, as changing demand and market imbalances send prices to a historic high.

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