Agribusiness

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Young people are being priced out of a future in farming - Sinn Féin
Niall Hurson
Sinn Fein has said it fears that the food production industry will become only open to cash-rich multinationals.
 
 
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.
Operating profits dip slightly for Glanbia Ireland in 2020
Glanbia Ireland reported strong profit growth for 2019 after a bumper year for its dairy ingredients division, Lorcan Allen and Jack Kennedy report.
Brexit moves out of limelight
The lower the profile Brexit negotiations have, the greater the chance of a positive outcome.
Australia beef and sheepmeat exports fall
Herd and flock rebuilding continues after prolonged drought in the country.
Brexit moves out of limelight
The lower the profile Brexit negotiations have, the greater the chance of a positive outcome.
REAP opens with a 20-day window for applications
The Results-Based Environment Agri Pilot (REAP) opened for applications on Wednesday 21 April and will close on Monday 10 May and offers a maximum payment averaging €6,300 over two years.
UK closing in on deals with Australia and New Zealand
More beef and sheepmeat will enter the UK and EU markets as a result of trade negotiations.
Living with Brexit: living with the new rules
Rebound in EU trade figures reflects the stockpiling effect in January, but changes will be long term unless there is veterinary alignment.
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Stay safe by staying clear of overhead electricity wires
Michael Murray, ESB Networks public safety manager, outlines the dangers of working under overhead electricity wires and highlights important safety advice.
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Upgrading lines, upgrading lives: the Kildare-Meath Grid Upgrade
EirGrid faces the twin challenges of meeting increasing demand for electricity while at the same time ensuring that we move to green, renewable sources of generation, such as wind and solar power.
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Millions available for home adaptation grants
Did you know that mobility aid can cover 95% of the cost of a new mobility bathroom? Local authorities have supports in place for people with decreased mobility due to age, disability or injury.
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Tough times call for affordable reliability
In these testing times, how do you balance ambitions for greater sustainability with the need for increased productivity? How can you work smarter, but at an affordable price?
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