Teagasc “did not request a methodology” for Bord Bia’s offer for a grass-fed beef standard, according to executive of Teagasc, Prof. Gerry Boyle.
Speaking to AgriLand, a Teagasc executive addressed rumours in a attention as to either there had been a descending out between a dual rural authorities.
Commenting, Prof. Boyle said: “There unequivocally isn’t any feud between us fundamentally.
We were concerned in scheming a indication that led to a divert standard. That was finished by [Teagasc] colleagues down in Moorepark. We prepared all a methodology, implemented it and practical it.
“We were not as concerned during all in a beef standard, though a methodology was used and we mount over that methodology – though we didn’t request a methodology and that’s fundamentally a issue,” Prof. Boyle said.
Bulls now enclosed in grass-fed customary proposal
Yesterday, Tuesday, Jul 14, Bord Bia unveiled a proposal for the grass-fed customary for Irish beef, observant that it will now embody immature longhorn beef.
“The growth of a grass-fed customary for Irish beef has concerned ongoing, active conference between Bord Bia and pivotal stakeholders including writer organisations and industry.
“In response to feedback received, Bord Bia has now formalised a offer to adjust a range of a customary to accommodate immature longhorn beef.
Young bulls will be treated a same as other animal categories with their gift as weed fed being contingent on assembly a criteria of a customary in propinquity to a suit of weed in a diet and extending days, Bord Bia confirmed.