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Agribusiness news

All the latest agribusiness news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all the latest agribusiness and food news developments. We cover interviews with people who work in the agribusiness and food sectors and regularly cover informative articles in the areas of food and agribusiness, a sector that is hugely important to the overall Irish agriculture industry.
Butter exports to the Middle Eastern country grew exponentially in 2016.
By Lorcan Allen on 17 February 2017
Ireland shipped €2.2bn worth of beef to other markets in 2016 with the UK playing a significant role yet again.
By Phelim O'Neill on 17 February 2017
Shares in Dean Foods, one of the largest milk processors in the US, fell by 8.6% yesterday as first quarter profits came in way below analysts’ estimates.
By John Boylan on 17 February 2017
The world’s largest food company said higher pricing was harder to achieve across its product range in 2016
By Lorcan Allen on 16 February 2017
Macra na Feirme/ Aurivo Co-Op silage competition announced for the northwest, new Macra CEO and Queen of the Land launch.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 28 October 2016
Banks see avalanche of applications as farmers are attracted to the Agriculture Cashflow Support Loan Scheme.
By Eoin Lowry on 16 February 2017
The Norwegian fertiliser giant says increasing production capacity across the world will drag prices lower later in 2017.
By Lorcan Allen on 16 February 2017
The three-year modernisation plan launched when Dawn Meats acquired half of French beef processor Elivia is beginning to show results.
By Thomas Hubert on 16 February 2017
Over the past two weeks we have been receiving a huge number of queries on the terms of the Government’s low-cost loan scheme. Eoin Lowry answers your queries.
By Eoin Lowry on 16 February 2017
William Kehoe was the winner of the Macra 2 Furrow ploughing competition at the National Ploughing Championships in Co Offaly.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 05 October 2016
Lorcan Allen speaks to Mike Lee, who specialises in crop quality and yield assessments in the Black Sea region.
By Lorcan Allen on 16 February 2017
Lorcan Allen speaks to Mike Lee, an agronomist and agricultural consultant who regularly tours the Black Sea region to assess the health of crops.
By Lorcan Allen on 16 February 2017
A weekly selection of global news stories that impact demand, supply and prices.
By Lorcan Allen on 16 February 2017
Fertiliser prices declined by more than 25% in 2016, which negatively hit Yara profits last year.
By Lorcan Allen on 16 February 2017
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