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The Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing the most up to date and informative farming news in Ireland and from across the globe.
Dutch and French milk collections fall in May
The volume of milk collected in the Netherlands fell by 0.65% in May this year, compared with the same month last year. Early surveys show a similar trend in France.
By Odile Evans on 20 June 2017
Further difficulties for farmers in NI over cattle tags
DAERA has announced a further temporary suspension on the authorisation of new and replacement cattle tags in Northern Ireland.
By Amy Forde on 13 June 2017
The Dealer notes that suppliers to LacPatrick Co-op are to converge for a second time on Tuesday to vote on new governance structures.
By The Dealer on 13 June 2017
A Department of Agriculture spokesperson said it has now completed initial processing of every application received for GLAS I and II.
By Amy Forde on 12 June 2017
Australian co-op's milk price forecast improves but remains 'below expectation'
Murray Goulburn Co-op, Australia's largest dairy processor, is expecting the coming year's farmgate milk price to be around 27c/l including farmer supports.
By Odile Evans on 07 June 2017
Watch: 200 cattle take over downtown San Diego
Cowboys on horseback drove a herd of cattle through the streets of the Californian city during the San Diego County Fair at the weekend.
By Thomas Hubert on 06 June 2017
Map: what is the top CAP payment in your county?
The publication of all farmers' payments by the Department of Agriculture this week shines a light on the top earners in each county.
By Thomas Hubert on 03 June 2017
Two consignments of Brazilian meat rejected
Ireland has rejected two shipments of meats from Brazil since the recent meat scandal in the South American country.
By Thomas Hubert on 03 June 2017
JBS agrees €3bn settlement after Brazilian meat scandal
Meat processor JBS has accepted Brazil’s federal prosecution office’s offer of a multi-billion euro fine to be paid back over more than two decades.
By Odile Evans on 31 May 2017
Synlait ups milk price forecast to match Fonterra
Synlait has announced its milk price forecast and plans to purchase the New Zealand Dairy Company. John Boylan reports.
By Contributor on 31 May 2017
Brazilian prosecutors offer JBS owners €3bn negotiated fine
Magistrates investigating large-scale corruption in Brazil said they have proposed the parent company of meat giant JBS settles a multi-billion fine over the next decade.
By Thomas Hubert on 30 May 2017
India bans sale of cattle for slaughter in radical beef market move
India's government has banned the trade of cattle for purposes other than dairying and field work, effectively outlawing beef production from the world's largest herd.
By Thomas Hubert on 30 May 2017
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