Arla cuts more jobs as part of €400m savings drive
Arla farmers are in line to receive an additional €4,465 from their co-op this year as a result of the cost-cutting programme.
Long read: farming in Iowa is on a different scale but faces similar challenges
Ireland’s five Nuffield scholars for 2019 report from this year’s Contemporary Scholars Conference (CSC), which took place in Ames, Iowa, USA.
Global focus: Brazilian agriculture in expansion mode
Brazilian agriculture is firmly in expansion mode. Demand for soya beans, dairy, beef and pigmeat is firmly on the up.
Uncertainty has become the new normal
Farmers have always had to deal with the uncertainties of prices, weather and things like CAP reform, but Brexit overshadows all of those issues.