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Paul Mooney
Paul Mooney

News correspondent

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Paul Mooney is a news correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal. He previously worked as farm buildings editor and as agribusiness editor. He farms in Co Kildare and is an Agricultural Science graduate from UCD. Outside of work his personal interests include politics, current and business affairs, literature, anything requiring spanner size 8mm upwards, Gaelic football, hurling.

Most suppliers have increased prices by 2c/l to 2.5c/l on last week.
By Paul Mooney on 24 May 2018
Roundwood Park Livestock is actively looking for sheep for export markets.
By Paul Mooney on 24 May 2018
The Minister for Agriculture was lobbied on the fodder crisis by the farm organisations as well as ICOS, Glanbia and Ulster Bank.
By Paul Mooney on 24 May 2018
MEPs find Brazil still failing on beef traceability, after a visit to a huge meat plant found records kept only for batches of cattle, not individual animals.
By Paul Mooney on 17 May 2018
The major exporters are now turning their attention to weanling bulls in anticipation of access to Turkey resuming.
By Paul Mooney on 17 May 2018
Over 100 farmers in Donegal and neighbouring counties want the new owners of Lifford plant to pay them for cattle supplied before closure.
By Paul Mooney on 17 May 2018
All of the major exporters are now starting to buy weanling bulls in anticipation of this export trade with Turkey also opening up.
By Paul Mooney on 12 May 2018
The price of diesel for farmers and contractors has risen steadily over recent weeks.
By Paul Mooney on 10 May 2018
Any higher payment amounts would be withheld and given to smaller farmers.
By Paul Mooney on 10 May 2018
Ears that had tags were cut off and thrown aside. Carcases were taken away whole for butchering elsewhere.
By Paul Mooney on 10 May 2018
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