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An Irish Farmers Journal annual agribusiness report in association with KPMG
Corporate concentration from farm to fork - the annual agribusiness report examines the key factors that will help Irish agribusinesses compete globally.
European construction publisher KHL has released its 2016 annual ranking of the world’s largest construction equipment manufacturers, the Yellow Table.
By Darren Bailey on 25 August 2016
Ground conditions are soft but growth is better than expected and two good-quality silage cuts are in the pit on Nigel Corbett’s farm.
By Contributor on 07 July 2016
Despite Brexit affecting the live trade in some areas, Balla Mart had a steady trade for all good continental types on Saturday last. Plainer types were slightly easier, as were cows.
By Nathan Tuffy on 30 June 2016
The 2016 Irish Farmers Journal/KPMG survey takes a global view of the challenges and opportunities facing agribusinesses around the world.
In the first part of this year's report, we examine the uncertainties in the global economy over the last 12 months.
As China aims to secure enough food for its people, it is now focusing on investing abroad in food assets rather than pursuing self-sufficiency.
Eoin Lowry speaks to Sandy Chen of Rabobank China, to understand if China has lost its thirst for milk. This story is taken from the KPMG-Irish Farmers Journal AgriBusiness Report on sale this week.