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An Irish Farmers Journal annual agribusiness report in association with KPMG

Corporate concentration from farm to fork - the annual agribusiness report examines the key factors that will help Irish agribusinesses compete globally. The 2018 AgirBusiness Report focusus on tradtitional agriculture being disrupted by new technology. In shops Thursday 24th May.
Ian Proudfoot, global head of agribusiness with KPMG, on how the digital revolution is allowing producers to build a direct connection with consumers.
By Contributor on 17 May 2018
Given the news that LacPatrick is exploring its future options, co-op members will be looking to what value is in the cross border co-op.
By Eoin Lowry on 26 April 2018
Lorcan Allen reports from the launch of the 2017 Agribusiness Report, published by the Irish Farmers Journal in conjunction with KPMG.
By Lorcan Allen on 18 May 2017
As Glanbia co-op plans to spin out €100m worth of plc shares to farmers, Eoin Lowry takes a closer look at what it will mean to the average member.
By Eoin Lowry on 01 March 2017
The departure of the UK's top diplomat in Brussels won't help the cause of a soft Brexit
By Phelim O'Neill on 05 January 2017
Land that was traditionally used for extensive grazing is being converted at pace for the production of mainly soya beans and corn in Brazil, writes Justin McCarthy
By Justin McCarthy on 03 November 2016
A weekly selection of global news stories that impact demand, supply and prices.
By Lorcan Allen on 15 September 2016
European construction publisher KHL has released its 2016 annual ranking of the world’s largest construction equipment manufacturers, the Yellow Table.
By Darren Bailey on 25 August 2016
Ground conditions are soft but growth is better than expected and two good-quality silage cuts are in the pit on Nigel Corbett’s farm.
By Contributor on 07 July 2016
Despite Brexit affecting the live trade in some areas, Balla Mart had a steady trade for all good continental types on Saturday last. Plainer types were slightly easier, as were cows.
By Nathan Tuffy on 30 June 2016
Despite challenges, the global agribusiness sector retains the potential for profitable growth, writes Eoin Lowry, Agribusiness editor, and David Meagher, partner-in-charge for Agribusiness, KPMG.
By Eoin Lowry on 19 May 2016
Irish Farmers Journal editor Justin McCarthy looks at the challenges of competing in a global market.
By Justin McCarthy on 19 May 2016
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