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Agribusiness news from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest agribusiness news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all agribusiness news developments from Northern Ireland.
A major buyer of Irish carcase beef ventures into the slaughter business in the North.
By Phelim O'Neill on 03 September 2016
Agri-food dominates Northern Ireland's largest companies list
Companies from the agri-food sector took the top three positions for the first time in a list of largest companies in Northern Ireland published this week.
By Peter McCann on 19 August 2016
The Irish Farmers Journal understands that Chinese participation at the last GDT auction was extremely weak, which suggests a drop-off in demand from the world's largest importer.
By Lorcan Allen on 12 May 2016
Almarai reports 13.2% increase in operating profits
Saudi Arabian processor attributes improved performance to reduced input costs and better cost management.
By Lorcan Allen on 20 January 2016
The National Sheep Association is to hold a workshop as part of the YFCU agri-conference in January 2016.
By David Wright on 17 December 2015
Cattle quotes down with the threat of more reductions bringing an increase in numbers for sale. See full report below
By David Wright on 29 January 2015
With quota brakes coming off next Spring, there are new challenges for dairy farmers North and South.
By Jack Kennedy on 04 December 2014
New Enterprise Ireland funding for agri-business entrepreneurs
The Competitive Feasibility Fund will help business investigate the viability of their agri-business idea.
By Farmers Journal on 08 October 2014
With so many tasks now possible on smart phones it is hardly surprising that a farm records package is soon to be introduced by Farmflo in Donegal.
By Andy Doyle on 12 June 2014
With two offers now on the table for Fivemiletown, the shareholders must decide on the future of their co-op.
By James Campbell on 03 April 2014
Northern Ireland chicken processor Moy Park could be set for a partial flotation (IPO) before the end of this year according to parent company Marfrig.
By Eoin Lowry on 03 April 2014
The Meat Locker farm shop is a true farm to fork experience. In less than four months since opening, the farm is selling five heifers per month through the on farm retail outlet.
By Kieran Mailey on 03 April 2014
2011 MASSEY FERGUSON 5455 S/N 13328/2TRACTOR IS AS NEWTYRES 80%1304 ...
This is a Dairy and Tillage Farm in Co Meath with 250 acres seeking a General Fa...
Large Dairy farm in Co Meath seeking for a General Farm Worker. There are 350 Ho...

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