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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.

A report has been published by agricultural economists at AFBI detailing the impact of various post-Brexit trade scenarios on NI farming sectors.
By David Wright on 17 August 2017
Labour is not just an issue for agri food processors, but for some farms as well.
By David Wright on 17 August 2017
Two abattoirs and two coldstores in NI have been approved to export pig meat to China.
By David Wright on 17 August 2017
The first consignments of beef from NI should be available in the Philippines this autumn.
By David Wright on 17 August 2017
Base quotes for U-3 grades are at 360p/kg, with more on offer to regular suppliers.
By David Wright on 10 August 2017
Questions have been raised about the independence of a new review process proposed by DAERA.
By David Wright on 10 August 2017
EU nationals coming to Ireland are opting to work south of the Irish border.
By David Wright on 10 August 2017
New supplier for Green Pastures and AFBI confirm host dairy farmers for events this autumn.
By David Wright on 10 August 2017
Solving how the Irish border operates post-Brexit is one of the main challenges.
By David Wright on 10 August 2017
April 2017 figures are down slightly on disease statistics recorded earlier in 2017.
By David Wright on 10 August 2017
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