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David Wright
David Wright

Northern Editor

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David Wright is the Northern Editor of the Farmers Journal and is responsible for relevant news and features in the Northern Ireland edition of the paper. He has been with the Farmers Journal for three years having previously worked for the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the North. He has a degree in General Agriculture and a PhD obtained from Queens University Belfast. In his spare time he runs a suckler to beef farm in Co. Tyrone.

Linwoods look to offload milk business, Kelly elected to Wool Board, DAERA to hold public meeting in Sperrins and Labour unveil animal welfare plans.
By David Wright on 15 February 2018
An AFBI study has shown that hoggets are equally acceptable in consumer taste trials as NZ lamb.
By David Wright on 15 February 2018
For years, farmers have been told that hoggets are inferior to New Zealand lamb, but the reality is different.
By David Wright on 15 February 2018
After a period of six years, the NBA Beef Expo is back in NI, taking place on Monday 26 February.
By David Wright on 15 February 2018
Randalstown dairy farmer Barry O’Boyle is transitioning his herd to spring calving. David Wright reports.
By David Wright on 15 February 2018
Latest agri crime figures, tractor registrations in NI unchanged, AgriSearch to survey farmers and posthumous award for Sam Wharry.
By David Wright on 08 February 2018
Four candidates are understood to have put their name forward for election as deputy president.
By David Wright on 08 February 2018
The checking of mouths before slaughter added cost to the process.
By David Wright on 08 February 2018
Multiple cases of the virus have been reported in early lambing flocks.
By David Wright on 08 February 2018
Defra secretary Michael Gove has indicated that he is committed to restricting the live export trade.
By David Wright on 08 February 2018
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