Donegal Investment Group reported further progress for its speciality dairy division

Dublin-listed Donegal Investment Group saw pretax profits fall by more than 10 per cent last year despite a rise in turnover. The food group, which r(...)

Donegal Investment Group operates across agri-inputs, produce, property and other investments.

Donegal Investment Group has reported revenues which were down €500,000 in the first six months of the year as a rise in turnover in its speciality da(...)

The court heard that Zopitar Ltd, owned by Donegal Creameries plc, which bought the property  missed out on an opportunity to sell it to supermarket chain Lidl for almost €2 million.

A family of confectioners who came up with the “Emeralds” sweets brand were not entitled to assert rights of way over their former factory lands in Do(...)

Donegal gaelic footballers   Eamon McGee, Michael Murphy and Paddy McBrearty who, along with their teammates, will be wearing jerseys with a farm safety message when they face Tyrone in their opening match of the championship next week.

Donegal’s players will be spreading a farm safety message when they take on Tyrone in their opening match in the Ulster Senior Football Championship n(...)

Donegal said adjusted operating profit fell by €2.1 million from €2.9 million in 2013 to €900,000 last year

Donegal Investment Group has announced a drop in revenue and profitability for 2014 due to a poor performance from its produce seed potato division.Th(...)

The cheap milk companies can’t wait for the end of the EU quota in 2015, but the expensive milk companies are not going down without a fight. Photograph: Getty Images

One of the great mysteries of suburban life and, for all I know, rural life, is the price of milk. How is it that you can walk into a convenience stor(...)

Aurivo’s prices are audited annually by KPMG and published as part of an industry-wide review. Green Pastures and Natural Dairies do not take part in this.

One of two dairy processors involved in a High Court action over milk supplies has hit back at claims it is using the milk quota system to force a com(...)

Until April 2015, the market in the Republic is tied to the quota system, which gives purchasers of raw milk, namely the diary co-ops, control over production in each region, which in effect means that they set prices paid to suppliers.  Photographer: Brendon O’Hagan/Bloomberg

Milk prices are currently breaking records. This week, the Republic’s biggest processor, Glanbia, announced that it will pay farmers 39 cent a litre, (...)

Any spare capacity that is not used reverts to the co-op, which can make it available to other producers, through the “flexi-milk” system

Two milk processors in the northwest are engaged in a bitter battle over the supply of milk in the region, with the disagreement heading for the High (...)

Donegal Creameries has been granted permission to change its name to Donegal Investment Group plc. Photograph: Gettty Images.

The Registrar of Companies has granted Donegal Creameries permission to change its name to Donegal Investment Group plc.The decision follows the passi(...)