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An EU-Japan free-trade deal would allow Irish beef follow pigmeat and dairy into the Japanese market in significant volumes
By Phelim O'Neill on 26 June 2017
DUP and Conservatives strike a deal
After a further round of talks in Downing Street on Monday morning the DUP and Conservatives announced that they had made a deal on forming a British government.
By Odile Evans on 26 June 2017
‘Big data’ is a potential farm enterprise, writes Kieran Sullivan, but we may need Google or Facebook to generate some cash from it .
By Kieran Sullivan on 26 June 2017
Weekly weather: very unsettled week ahead
The outlook shows a very unsettled week, with occasional showers, or longer spells of rain. Temperatures will be a little below normal.
By Odile Evans on 25 June 2017
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: Highland Show and contractor payments
In the news today, 26 June: We capture the action at the Royal Highland Show and talk to a contractor about keeping up with payments.
By Odile Evans on 25 June 2017
A group of young farmers travel from the Shetlands every year to spread the word about their Shetland sheep at the Highland Show.
By Odile Evans on 26 June 2017
A combination of good weather and improving milk price has created an unprecedented situation for north Kerry-based contractors Leahy Agribusiness.
By Tommy Moyles on 24 June 2017
Shane Murphy and Grainne Horan report from the the Highland Show, where the Overall Beef Supreme Champion was crowned on Saturday.
By Shane Murphy on 26 June 2017
Chainsaw carving is a huge crowd pleaser at the Royal Highland show. The Farmers Journal met with one of the carvers.
By Odile Evans on 26 June 2017
Fonterra finishes season down 2.6%
Fonterra has finished the 2016-2017 milking season down 2.6% but is forecasting a 3% increase for next season.
By Patrick Donohoe on 24 June 2017
The first steps to introduce unfair trading practices legislation were taken in Brussels this week.
By Phelim O'Neill on 24 June 2017
A reported 100t of skim milk powder (SMP) out of intervention this week. The stock is understood to be 18 months old.
By Anthony Jordan on 23 June 2017
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