Farmers support Glanbia campaign

    Kilkenny senior camogie players Niamh Bambrick and Meighan Farrell with Glanbia’s limited-edition pink silage wrap  

    BALE PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness is the message for farmers as Glanbia Agribusiness returns with its successful #PinkBales campaign in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland.

    Funds will be raised through sales of a special edition pink Mastercrop Agristretch silage wrap.

    For every roll of the limited-edition pink Mastercrop Agristretch silage wrap bought across all Glanbia Agribusiness and CountryLife branches as well as online on, a donation will be made to Breast Cancer Ireland.

    Over €25,000 has been raised three years from Glanbia’s #PinkBales campaign.

    Supporters can donate to the campaign by buying a Breast Cancer Ireland €2 trolley token key ring or pin, available through all of Glanbia’s 53 branches.

    CEO of Breast Cancer Ireland Aisling Hurley thanked the farming community for getting behind the #PinkBales campaign last year and hoped to see them doing it across the country again this year.

    “Glanbia Agribusiness is delighted to once again be supporting breast cancer research and raising money for such an excellent cause,” said Glanbia’s Retail Marketing Manager, James Byrne. 

    Kilkenny camogie star and Glanbia business manager Niamh Bambrick said Breast Cancer had touched the lives of so many farming families and as a sports person she was delighted to support Glanbia’s Pink Bales campaign along with the many fantastic initiatives Glanbia partake in for Breast Cancer Ireland. “Farmers get the chance to raise funds that support pioneering research efforts across Ireland for Breast Cancer whilst raising awareness of good breast health amongst women of all ages.”