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Farmers Journal is a dedicated farming news source in Ireland

All the latest farming news, comments and editorial opinions from Editor, Justin McCarthy
There is little benefit for Irish food exports having unfettered access to the UK market if the value is eroded due to cheap imports.
By Justin McCarthy on 18 January 2018
The trend towards factories adopting more specialised procurement policies continues – a trend that has been evident in the market since the fallout of the horsemeat scandal in 2013.
By Justin McCarthy on 18 January 2018
Maintaining the current trading relationship between Ireland and the UK depends on a customs arrangement that aligns with what is currently in place.
By Justin McCarthy on 11 January 2018
Milk volumes processed by Dairygold have lifted from 824m litres in 2009 to 1.3bn litres in 2017.
By Justin McCarthy on 11 January 2018
The Bord Bia figures are clearly a positive – achieving growth is important in improving the relevance of the sector at political level, encouraging investment and attracting and retaining talent.
By Justin McCarthy on 11 January 2018
There is no room for complacency ahead of the serious negotiations set to commence in the weeks ahead.
By Justin McCarthy on 06 January 2018
As 2017 draws to a close, it is time to reflect on the year gone by and plan for a successful 2018.
By Justin McCarthy on 28 December 2017
The beauty burger is probably one of the biggest factors in increasing the overall value of the carcase.
By Justin McCarthy on 28 December 2017
Given what is at stake, we should question if the resources and finances currently deployed in the area of herd health and welfare are adequate.
By Justin McCarthy on 28 December 2017
Questions are rightly being asked as to the level of transparency in contracts where Coillte fulfils the position as both the buyer and seller of farmers' timber.
By Justin McCarthy on 21 December 2017
The European Commission identifies the Irish suckler herd to be most at risk over the next 12 years.
By Justin McCarthy on 21 December 2017
Please take care of yourself and all the family on the farm this Christmas and thank you for your support and feedback throughout 2017.
By Justin McCarthy on 21 December 2017
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