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.

West Cork co-ops remain on growth curve
Jack Kennedy shines a spotlight on the four west Cork co-ops that centrally process milk under the Carbery banner at Ballineen.
Supermarket brand bounce drives Ornua profits
Ornua, the umbrella body that markets product outside of Ireland, has posted a very positive set of financial results once again.
Brazil beef price hits €3.50/kg
With the currency recovering value as well as beef price rising, the price of Brazilian steers is now the equivalent of €3.50/kg.
Sustained food price increases as global food index continues upward curve
The FAO world food price index continues to increase, putting it close to its record high in 2011.
Winding CAP road appears to have reached its end
The next seven days look set to be a defining moment for CAP talks, as efforts intensify to secure a deal by Tuesday 29 June.
EU and US agree to five year truce on tariff battle
With Irish dairy exports to the US growing in spite of a 25% tariff, sales should prosper now that the extra charge has been removed.
UK-Australia trade deal: how it will affect Irish beef and sheep farmers
The UK's trade deal with Australia opens the marketplace in a way that can never really be closed again, writes Phelim O'Neill.
Reimagining Brexit to make NI Protocol work
Difficulties with NI Protocol implementation have the potential to disrupt EU-UK trade causing concern for Irish exports.
Tillage farmers getting set for autumn drilling
Seedtech is hosting its trade walks in trial grounds in Faithlegg, Co Waterford, which will bring news from its extensive research trials programme.
Protect your future yields with Zoetis
Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) is a hidden disease in many beef and dairy herds, and one that can prove costly.
Community benefit a key theme from Shaping Our Electricity Future consultation
EirGrid, operator of the national electricity grid, will next week close its nationwide consultation on Shaping Our Electricity Future.
This is why you should check the knives in your diet feeder regularly
It is important to regularly check the knives in your diet feeder for wear and tear. Damaged or worn knives may result in a host of unforeseen costs.
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