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The Dealer
The Dealer

The Dealer

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The inside story on Irish farming.

A lamb knows the sound of its own mother's bleat, unless its a smartphone making the noise of course.
By The Dealer on 17 February 2017
The Dealer understands that Bord Bia’s director of meat and sustainability development, Jim O’Toole, is off to take up a recently-vacated role.
By The Dealer on 17 February 2017
It may not be any consolation to the thousands of farmers waiting for their GLAS payments, but The Dealer has learned that being a minister does not make your money arrive any faster.
By The Dealer on 15 February 2017
It has been a week to forget for outgoing Aryzta boss and Co Roscommon man Owen Killian.
By The Dealer on 16 February 2017
As predicted by The Dealer last week, there were raised voices at the AGM of Tipperary North IFA last week.
By The Dealer on 16 February 2017
Kepak and Oliver Carty buy the assets and business from receiver while company is to be wound up.
By The Dealer on 16 February 2017
Teagasc is on the hunt in France for some nice shapely red heads to bring home to Ireland.
By The Dealer on 16 February 2017
The merger of Town of Monaghan and Ballyrashane co-ops has not been to everyone's liking. The Dealer reports.
By The Dealer on 16 February 2017
Formerly of Teagasc, Professor Thia Hennessy has been appointed head of food business and development with University College Cork.
By The Dealer on 13 February 2017
The UK supermarket chain is offering a range of prepared food simply called "British"... But the lamb in it is imported from New Zealand.
By The Dealer on 13 February 2017
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