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David Wright
David Wright

Northern Editor

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David Wright is the Northern Editor of the Farmers Journal and is responsible for relevant news and features in the Northern Ireland edition of the paper. He has been with the Farmers Journal for three years having previously worked for the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the North. He has a degree in General Agriculture and a PhD obtained from Queens University Belfast. In his spare time he runs a suckler to beef farm in Co. Tyrone.

The 2018 Balmoral Show will again be held over four days from 16 to 19 May.
By David Wright on 18 May 2017
Moy Park chief executive Janet McCollum was the keynote speaker at a Balmoral Show lunch event organised by the Ulster Bank.
By David Wright on 18 May 2017
The Ulster Farmers’ Union has put forward a number of measures that could provide the basis for future farm support policy post-Brexit.
By David Wright on 18 May 2017
Shows, sales and events happening across Northern Ireland over the next week.
By David Wright on 18 May 2017
New procedures at NI meat plants mean farmers should resolve any identity queries prior to slaughter.
By David Wright on 18 May 2017
Animal performance this winter will be dictated by decisions made in the fields over the next few weeks.
By David Wright on 11 May 2017
Dairy farmers who traditionally were able to switch among various milk buyers are now finding their options more limited.
By David Wright on 11 May 2017
The accounts also reveal details of the price paid for Armaghdown Creameries.
By David Wright on 04 May 2017
A move to 100% British sets an important precedent that could become established in the years to come.
By David Wright on 04 May 2017
Some factories have added another 2p/kg to base quotes for cattle this week.
By David Wright on 27 April 2017
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