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Lakeland team looking for a new leader
Jack Kennedy
The success of the dairy industry in the northern half of the country is hand and glove with Lakeland Dairies success as it fuels rural Ireland.
13 May 2022 News
Dairy retirement scheme evolves into a dairy cow reduction scheme
The confidential interim report of the Dairy Vision Group has just been published and we have had a sneak preview of the detail included.
13 May 2022 News
US beef exports soar but Beyond Meat falters
Another strong export performance by US beef but meat substitute company struggles.
Shift in behaviour needed to address climate
New Zealand is putting in place tangible plans to support emissions reduction while maintaining food production.
12 May 2022 News
Yet another Brexit crisis unfolding
As the UK threatens to go it alone with modifications to the Northern Ireland protocol, the wider Trade and Co operation agreement (TCA) comes under threat
12 May 2022 News
Hackers hit AGCO with ransomware attack
AGCO, the parent company of brands such as Fendt, Massey Ferguson and Valtra, announced that it was hit by a ransomware attack which is impacting some of its production facilities.
11 May 2022 News
CNH workers go on strike
Over 1,000 unionised workers of CNH Industrial in the US have gone on strike after contract negotiations between the company and the union broke down.
11 May 2022 News
Increased profits at Tyson
Meat processing profits continue to rise in US despite continued labour supply difficulties
11 May 2022 News
Another record deforestation in Brazil
Rate of Amazon deforestation continues to increase ahead of Brazil's Presidential election later this year.
11 May 2022 News
Profits surge at fertiliser giant Yara
Dramatic increase in revenue and profits at Yara, despite difficulties with fertiliser production in the first quarter of 2022.
11 May 2022 News
Rules on unfair trading practices do minimum for farmers
UTP legislation is only recognised by half of farmers and doesn’t really tackle the big issue of transparency.
11 May 2022 News
Yara calls on EU to use ‘crisis reserve’ to ensure fertiliser supply
Yara is calling on the EU and member states to ensure the supply of natural gas.
9 May 2022 News