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.

Krone turnover increased by over 11% last year
Despite the trials and tribulations endured across 2020 and 2021, Krone’s agricultural machinery division has reported a turnover increase of 11.1%.
Farmer Business Developments resumes dividend pay out
After a year of no dividends, Farmer Business Developments plc is to make dividend to shareholders.
Dairy Trends: GDT result will push milk price on further
As Irish milk processors announce December milk prices, the most recent January GDT auction has shot up again.
Steady end of year beckons in positive 2022 for dairy markets
The dairy year is coming to an end and thoughts turn to what 2022 might bring as trading starts from a good position at the end of 2021
Another impact assessment shows loss from Green Deal
A report from Wageningen University shows the consequences of EU Green Deal policy, with loss of production, increased prices and demand on land outside Europe.
Article 16 is a red herring for farmers
More Brexit talks on NI protocol prolong uncertainty for farmers but Article 16 isn’t the problem.
UK border controls start with a whimper, not a bang
UK border controls introduced for first time this week, but they won't apply to Irish exports at least for now.
NI protocol: origin debate still to come
As the UK and EU continue to wrestle with the Northern Ireland protocol on goods entering NI from Britain, it will apply the other way round when the UK applies its own border controls.
Calf rearers advised to consider milk quality and feeding level for pre-weaning
Getting pre-weaning nutrition right must be a priority to get the best possible results from calf rearing.
Win a Kverneland Disc Spreader and save thousands!!!
To kick off 2022 and to provide some relief to farmers struggling with fertiliser costs, Kverneland Group Ireland is hosting a competition to win a Kverneland Exacta CL 2,000l capacity Disc Spreader.
Cow Start the next generation in fresh cow supplementation
Owen and Conor Galvin milk 450 cows with their father Gerry just outside the village of Finuge, Co Kerry.
Protecting livelihoods and improving animal transport standards - Billy Kelleher
This week, the European Parliament will debate a new set of recommendations drawn up by a Committee of Inquiry into the protection of animals during transport, of which Billy Kelleher is a member.
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