Agribusiness news

For all the main agribusiness news in Ireland, the Irish Farmers Journal is the main publication.

Grey market for Kerry Co-op shares almost dries
The grey market for Kerry Co-op shares has dried up significantly following the introduction of the share redemption scheme, writes Lorcan Allen.
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Fonterra to offload Beingmate shares
After writing off more than half of its investment in the Chinese infant formula company last year, Fonterrra will now sell its Beingmate stake down in portions.
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Guns or butter? No longer a choice even for Russia
Russian dairy and beef farmers are ready to outperform their pig, poultry and grain growing neighbours, writes Brendan Dunleavy.
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Carpool in the Country: Connemara Hill Lamb
In the Connemara mountains, the lambs that roam them produce a flavour so unique that they have gained a European Protected Geographical Indicator (PGI) status. We meet the farmer behind it all.
Big savings for early bird quad seekers
This August the early bird will catch the worm when it comes to saving money on the Honda quad range!
€8,100 savings on the Meegan farm in Co Meath
Gerard and Martin Meegan from Navan took the Smart Farming challenge recently. They identified over €8,100 in cost savings and ways to reduce their climate impact by almost 5%.
Exclusive reader offer! Up to €1,000 off Stanley and Rayburn range cookers
The Irish Farmers Journal is offering readers an exclusive offer of up to a €1,000 off Stanley and Rayburn range cookers for the month of August.