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Eoin Lowry is the Agribusiness Editor at the Irish Farmers Journal. From a tillage farm in Ratheniska, Laois, Eoin graduated from UCD with a BAgrSc in 2001. After completing a MAgrSc he started his career as product manager with the French fertilizer company Groupe Roullier. He then moved to the position of operations manager with the Cooney Furlong Grain Company in Wexford. In 2008, he graduated with an MBA from Smurfit School of Business. In the same year he was appointed managing director of Target Fertilizers. Eoin is the current vice president of the Agricultural Science Association (ASA) and a former president of the Irish Fertilizer Marketing Association.
Following the disposal of a number of key assets, the group is to return €47.5m in capital in the form of a share buyback to shareholders.
The company formerly known as One51 is to buy back shares to the value of €50m.
Eoin Lowry asks director of Asia with Bord Bia James O’Donnell how important the Chinese market is for Irish beef.
By Eoin Lowry on 16 April 2018
Eoin Lowry asks if the highly paid chief executives of Ireland's agribusiness companies are earning their pay packets.
Eoin Lowry examines how much the top CEOs get paid in Irish public agribusiness companies.
Enterprise Ireland‘s Innovation Arena Awards at the National Ploughing Championships 2018 open for applications.
By Eoin Lowry on 10 April 2018