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Grain Trends: markets jump with weather news
Siobhán Walsh
Grain prices jumped this week, as concerns over weather and crop yields hit markets. Siobhán Walsh reports from the US this week.
Is the battle for milk about to kick off?
17 April 2024 Editorial
Is the battle for milk about to kick off?
With milk supply crashing in Ireland and further afield, the answers to the greening questions are getting or are about to get more difficult.
Bluetongue risk heightened as virus continues to spread in Europe
18 October 2023 News
Bluetongue risk heightened as virus continues to spread in Europe
June Fanning, deputy chief veterinary officer, at the Department of Agriculture outlines the current Bluetongue situation in Europe and outlines how we can keep the virus out of Ireland.
Farming’s first real climate change test under way in Spain
Another weak olive oil harvest is met with government plans and spending to save the industry.
8 October 2023 Global trade
Finally, some good news from oil and fuel markets
Crude prices tumble and Russia lifts most export restrictions.
6 October 2023 Global trade
AGCO acquires Trimble Ag in $2 billion deal
AGCO has acquired 85% of the well-known precision farming specialist Trimble Agriculture.
4 October 2023 News
Poor July reinforces summer milk price slide
A price cost squeeze at farm level means 2023 milk producer margins are going to be wafer thin as global markets continue to slide.
30 August 2023 Markets
Dairy Trends: GDT down again as summer trading stagnates
The summer trading period is often slow and low and summer 2023 is no different, as the market corrects right around the world.
19 July 2023 News
Grain Trends: no major movement in cereals; oilseed rape improves
There were no major moves in grain prices this week and this could be a good thing - as long as the price is not dropping.
12 July 2023 Markets
Grain trends: prices move down with harvest pressure
As the harvest is well underway in the UK and parts of Europe, pressure is coming on grain prices which have been moving downwards.
5 July 2023 Markets