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Farming news from around the world

The Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing the most up to date and informative farming news in Ireland and from across the globe.
Neither National Parks and Wildlife nor licensed hunters are able to control rising deer numbers - professional wildlife managers are required, he says.
By Paul Mooney on 23 March 2017
The world’s largest dairy exporter had a 5% increase in revenue, rising to $9.2bn.
By Amy McShane on 22 March 2017
China's decision to impose a temporary ban on Brazilian meat imports has closed the main market for the South American's giant meat industry.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 March 2017
Planners are under huge pressure to get all the relevant paperwork for the KT programme done before the end of May.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 23 March 2017
China, Brazil's largest meat export market, has temporarily suspended imports of Brazilian meat following the news that companies in the country have been selling meat that is unfit for consumption.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 20 March 2017
China has temporarily banned meat from Brazil while authorities in the South American country have moved to reassure importing countries.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 March 2017
Murray Goulburn has followed up on its management changes last year with the announcement of John Spark as new chairman to replace Philip Tracy.
By John Boylan on 22 March 2017
Underdeveloped farming practices and animal husbandry has left farmers there unable to cope with the present drought, where little or no rain has fallen for several months.
By John Boylan on 19 March 2017
Hundreds of small Brazilian farmers have joined forces through a co-op allowing them to sell their produce to retail giants such as Walmart and Carrefour.
By Lorcan Allen on 22 March 2017
Nuffield scholars from around the world are in Brazil where they visited the Wehrmann farm. Irish Farmers Journal reporter Lorcan Allen is among them.
By Lorcan Allen on 18 March 2017
Changes in shareholding and processing rules are on the way for the world's largest dairy exporter, New Zealand-based co-op Fonterra.
By John Boylan on 17 March 2017
Calf exports are powering ahead and supporting prices at big calf sales.
By Paul Mooney on 16 March 2017
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