Agribusiness

The latest agribusiness news and developments from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all company and co-op news developments in the agribusiness sector.

Glanbia sets December milk price
December creamery milk supply is small, but it sets the tone for January and February milk price predictions.
Ornua index steady for December
Ornua purchasing price index holds steady for December, as co-op boards meet to set December milk price
USDA forecasts stable beef exports in 2021
USDA FAS outlook: unless stated otherwise, all weights are in metric tonnes and carcase weight equivalent (CWE) as opposed to product weight which is the weight of actual beef in the box.
Global report: stories from around the world
A weekly selection of global news stories that affect demand, supply and prices.
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The Evolution S4 saves time, reduces labour and ensures precision calf feeding
Dairy farmer Ciaran MacDonald tells us about some of the benefits that he has seen since installing a JFC Agri Evolution S4 automatic calf feeder.
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Why a Cork vet recommends vaccinating in the winter
Willie Buckley is a veterinary practitioner at Riverview Veterinary Group in Bandon. When an annual IBR programme became available, many of the practice’s herds switched over to it.
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Agricultural mechanisation: evolution of the combine harvester
At its core, the primary principle of the founding fathers of the modern New Holland was to make life easier for farmers.
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Specialist growers and mechanisation the future of vegetable production
Lorcan Bourke, fresh produce and potato manager for Bord Bia, analyses a sector made up of different crop types but common challenges.
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