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.

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Farm loans included in Ulster Bank loan sale to Permanent TSB
Amy Forde
The value of these farm loans and the amount of farmers affected is not known at this stage.
 
 
More pep in the step at Dale Farm
Northern Ireland dairy processing co-op Dale Farm has just announced its 2020 set of financials as the business continues to adapt to a new trading world.
Aurivo doubles turnover on dairy ingredients in five years
Over the last five years Aurivo has focused on processing and selling more dairy ingredients and it’s paying off.
Chinese dairy company building 100,000-cow unit
Dairy farmers are increasingly restricted as the public is being turned against livestock farming, yet development continues in other countries.
Sun shines brightest on Aurivo and Lakeland
The milk cheques have landed into farmers' accounts for June milk so we look at the differences and discuss what we learned
How is the EU planning to reduce carbon leakage?
The EU plans to become carbon neutral, but this cannot result in those emissions being produced somewhere else.
No surprises in Mercosur impact assessment
Government's economic impact assessment of Mercosur trade deal for Ireland confirms that beef producers are the only loser.
Reopening the NI Protocol deal
UK ‘command paper’ won’t make friends in Brussels but it was never designed to do that.
UK outline changes to NI Protocol
UK has revealed the changes they want the EU to accept to the Northern Ireland protocol that would eliminate checks of goods destined for use in Northern Ireland only.
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Don’t give docks a second chance
Unfavourable weather conditions in late April and during the first half of May limited the opportunities for a pre-harvest herbicide application to dock-infested silage swards.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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