Ciaran Moran

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Ciaran Moran

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Ciaran Moran is a partner in a beef and sheep farm in Roscommon. He holds an Honours Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Science from UCD where he specialised in Food and Agribusiness Management.

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ABP now rearing 25,000 cattle under ‘Blade Farming’ system in the UK

ABP now rearing 25,000 cattle under ‘Blade Farming’ system in the UK

ABP has some 25,000 cattle under contract through its Blade Farming system in the UK, ABP’s Chief Executive in the UK...

UK/Irish beef price differential rises to 60c/kg

UK/Irish beef price differential rises to 60c/kg

UK and Irish beef prices continue to go in different directions with British prices up significantly in the past six...

Hogan moves to make more changes to CAP

Hogan moves to make more changes to CAP

Commissioner Hogan has announced a further series of measures aimed at simplifying the CAP with a view to easing the...

Creed launches genomic evaluations for BDGP participants

Creed launches genomic evaluations for BDGP participants

The first ever incorporation of the genomic evaluations into the breeding indices developed by the Irish Cattle Breeding Federation (ICBF)...

ABP and Dunbia under pressure in the UK over cattle grading changes

ABP and Dunbia under pressure in the UK over cattle grading changes

UK bosses of ABP and Dunbia appeared in front of UK Parliment’s Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee this week...

UK farmers getting half of the retail beef price

UK farmers getting half of the retail beef price

Farmers share of the retail beef price in the UK has improved in recent months, according to latest figures from...

Farm building boom continues as planning permissions surge

Farm building boom continues as planning permissions surge

The surge in planning permissions granted for new Agricultural Buildings seen in the early part of 2016 has continued in...

New Zealand’s LIC Automation to launch automated heat detection system

New Zealand’s LIC Automation to launch automated heat detection system

One of New Zealand’s leading agri-tech companies, LIC Automation is launching its new Saber farm automation brand in the Irish...

New man in charge of managing Glanbia’s milk supply

New man in charge of managing Glanbia’s milk supply

Glanbia Ingredients Ireland (GII) has announced that Sean Molloy will take up an expanded role as Director of Strategy and...

New Cashminder product to make it easier for farmers to track their cashflow

New Cashminder product to make it easier for farmers to track their cashflow

A new simple and quick farm cash management system that allows you to track your money and provide data quickly...

New €38m plant to produce 50,000t butter per year

New €38m plant to produce 50,000t butter per year

Ornua’s new €38m state-of-the-art Kerrygold butter production and packing facility has been opened today in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork. The production...

‘Milk Supply Reduction Scheme must not be hindered by processors’

‘Milk Supply Reduction Scheme must not be hindered by processors’

A level of confusion has arisen in relation to the Voluntary Milk Supply Reduction Scheme that needs to be cleared...

ICOS proposes a fairer system of rates collection for livestock marts

ICOS proposes a fairer system of rates collection for livestock marts

ICOS has suggested that the current model of rates levy on livestock marts needs to be changed. It made the...

Complaints made to EU ombudsman over national dairy origin labelling schemes

Complaints made to EU ombudsman over national dairy origin labelling schemes

The European Dairy Association has written to the EU ombudsman over draft origin labelling plans for dairy products announced by...

Watch: Creed tight-lipped on Irish Government funding for EU dairy package

Watch: Creed tight-lipped on Irish Government funding for EU dairy package

The Minister for Agriculture has not confirmed whether the Irish Government will be co-financing the EU Dairy Aid Package agreed...

GLAS to open again in mid-October

GLAS to open again in mid-October

The introduction of new measures to the Rural Development Plan has been welcomed by IFA Rural Development Committee Chairman Joe...

Calls for increased screening of imported grains

Calls for increased screening of imported grains

ICSA president Patrick Kent has called for increased screening of all imported grain before it can go on sale to...

IFA calls for Irish competition authority to get involved in ABP/Slaney investigation

IFA calls for Irish competition authority to get involved in ABP/Slaney investigation

Calls have been made to involve the Competition and Consumer Commission (CCPC) in Ireland in the investigation into the proposed ABP/Slaney...