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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.
The latest figures show that infant milk formula (IMF) exports to China were up last month compared with March 2016.
By Amy McShane on 27 April 2017
As access to China gets closer, levels of export factory interest are unlikely to be met by the approval process.
By Phelim O'Neill on 27 April 2017
The appointment of Sonny Perdue as secretary of agriculture in the US is also likely to bring a shift in the US approach to free trade and possibly even reignite TTIP negotiations with the EU.
By Justin McCarthy on 27 April 2017
Following last Sunday's first round of voting, centrist Emmanuel Macron is leading Marine Le Pen in opinion polls ahead of next month's run-off.
By Thomas Hubert on 27 April 2017
After widely dismissing all trade deals, US president Donald Trump looks set to restart talks between the EU and the US.
By Phelim O'Neill on 27 April 2017
Japan is currently going through a shortage in potato supply after extreme typhoons last August wiped out potato crops.
By Amy McShane on 26 April 2017
Eight lamb have survived and grown successfully in a man-made womb, created by researchers in the US.
By Amy McShane on 26 April 2017
Good morning. In the news today: good news for poultry farms as housing restrictions are lifted and there are hopes the hen harrier scheme will open this year.
By Amy McShane on 26 April 2017
Some 2.7m fewer sheep and lambs are to be processed in Australia this year and the prices paid to farmers are expected to be the strongest on record.
By Amy McShane on 25 April 2017
US senators confirmed the appointment of Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary on Monday.
By Thomas Hubert on 25 April 2017
The two candidates qualified for the second round of the French presidential election differ most sharply on European integration, in a vote reminiscent of the UK's Brexit referendum.
By Thomas Hubert on 24 April 2017
Almost two billion people globally rely solely on imports for their food source, according to new research.
By Amy McShane on 21 April 2017
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