All the latest global trade and agribusiness news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all the latest agribusiness and food news developments. We cover interviews with people who work in the agribusiness and food sectors around the world and regularly cover informative articles in the areas of food and agribusiness.

Dairy Trends: China imports crashing but futures market prices rising
Jack Kennedy
Wit record farmgate milk prices, Jack Kennedy looks at Chinese demand and the Futures Market for future signals.
3 August 2022 Markets
Dairy Trends: GDT result falls for fourth time in a row
The New Zealand auction is respected globally as a good indicator of where whole milk powder prices are going.
31 July 2022 News
European processors continue to lift August milk prices
Despite a fall back in the GDT index and whole milk powder dropping down in price for the last number of weeks, European dairy processors are continuing to lift prices.
Dairy Trends: US milk supply grows for first time in 2022
Milk supply globally is one of the key measures for milk price pressure in the coming months and New Zealand and the US are key players.
27 July 2022 News
Dairy Trends: demand fears in the mix despite tight supply
While a heatwave and fires are sweeping through Europe this week, the concerns over food inflation are probably more of a concern now.
20 July 2022 Markets
Food production crashes in 2022
The EU has just published a report suggesting food production will be back in 2022 despite record prices for milk, beef, cereals and lamb.
13 July 2022 Global trade
Dairy Trends: GDT down as Ornua PPI rises again
The global gauge of milk powder prices took a dip this week, as powder and butter prices in the New Zealand auction fell.
6 July 2022 Global trade
Dairy Trends: supply still forcing buyers on to market
With commodity dairy prices continuing to increase as milk supply remains tight, buyers are struggling to stand back from the market.
15 June 2022 Global trade
Milk price forecast stays high
With further supply restrictions on the cards in many European countries, as long demand remains high, it looks like milk price will stay at a higher level.
15 June 2022 Global trade
Ireland could have to enforce EU border
One Brexiteer recently described the NI Protocol as “a punishment the EU inflicted on the UK for Brexit," writes John Bruton.
15 June 2022 Viewpoints
Dutch ministers say some farms will have to close down
A much-anticipated meeting of the Dutch farming ministers late last week has left Dutch farmers shell-shocked and angry.
12 June 2022 Global trade
€1.5bn pig sector supports 8,000 jobs
For the first time the impact of the pig sector has been quantified. Jack Kennedy and Anne Finnegan report.
8 June 2022 Global trade