Weekly podcast: Teagasc outlook, managing dairy markets and Christmas gift ideas
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Odile Evans speaks to Trevor Donnellan, research officer, about Teagasc's Review and Outlook report for 2017, which predicts a 5% farm income growth next year.
Irish Farmers Journal news correspondent Pat O'Toole interviews ICMSA president John Comer on lessons to be learned from the recent milk price crisis and the shock tax bills received by Kerry co-op suppliers.
Michael Murphy is a dairy calf to beef farmer who buys 280 calves each year and lives just outside Nenagh, Co Tipperary. He talks to Irish Farmers Journal livestock editor Adam Woods.
Chief executive of Wilson's Country discusses the background to his company, this year's potato harvest and the market outlook for growers with Northern Ireland news correspondent Peter McCann.
Support for US president-elect Donald Trump among farmers in rural America seems almost unanimous. They talk to Irish Farmers Journal beef specialist Ciaran Lenehan.
Dr Fernando Rovira, markets specialist with INAC, the equivalent of Bord Bia in Uruguay, speaks to our livestock editor, Adam Woods. They touch on a range of topics, from export numbers to animal welfare.
Finally, Irish Country Living consumer editor Ciara Leahy shares Christmas gift recommendations with Irish Farmers Journal news correspondent Thomas Hubert.
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