Brexit: cherry-picking that would suit farmers
UK Brexit proposals have major hurdles to clear in Westminster and Brussels, but they would work for Irish agriculture.
UK's political torment continues
The most damaging element in the descent into crisis has been the insistence, contrary to all expert advice, that Brexit was going to be simple.
Sucklers still have a place in NI farming
A well run suckler system is able to generate a positive margin before direct payments.
Taking the egg out of the omelette is proving difficult – if not impossible
Irish farmers may have to pay more to get into a market that would be worth less – tariffs would drive up the cost of business.