Dairy Christmas Competition

support@redbackcreations.comBallyrashane Creamery, General News

Ballyrashane and Chestnutt Animal Feeds give dairy farmers a head start to the New Year! At Christmas, Ballyrashane offered dairy farmers the chance to enter a competition draw. The draw took place at Ballyrashane by the longest serving milk collection driver Mr Keith Engall, who joined the company in May 1973. Also pictured is Farm Liaison Officer, Wilma Bruce 07525 … Read More

£3.5m Green Energy Project

support@redbackcreations.comBallyrashane Creamery, General News

NORTHERN IRELAND’S oldest creamery, Ballyrashane, today officially opened a £3.5m ground breaking ‘green energy’ facility that uses organic dairy waste to generate electricity. According to the Coleraine-based creamery the Anaerobic Digestor plant, which is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland, will transform its business, provide important new income streams for local farmers and sustain current employment levels. Ballyrashane … Read More

Henderson Group visit Anaerobic Facility

support@redbackcreations.comBallyrashane Creamery, General News

Senior Executives from the Henderson Group have visited Ballyrashane Creamery, which supplies its SPAR and VIVO own brand milk, to see first-hand the progress being made on a ground-breaking new ‘green energy’ project being developed by the province’s oldest dairy. The project, which will utilise the latest sustainable technology to generate renewable energy from organic dairy production waste, will transform … Read More

Press Statement

support@redbackcreations.comBallyrashane Creamery, General News

Ballyrashane Co-op has confirmed it is intending to buy milk direct from its shareholders from 1st January 2013 and has advised United Dairy Farmers of this decision. Chief Executive, Nigel Kemps, said the decision had been taken in the best strategic interests of Ballyrashane He added: “Ballyrashane has enjoyed a good working relationship with United Dairy Farmers and indeed we … Read More