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The Dealer
The Dealer

The Dealer

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The inside story on Irish farming.

The Dealer heard that the ongoing dispute over butter prices has been taken to a new level involving Dunnes and Glanbia.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
Ratty Bob loses Boomtown grazing rights
The Dealer was astonished to see the Boomtown Rats singer abandon his share in a most coveted commonage.
By The Dealer on 17 November 2017
The Dealer notes that a familar face in the Department of Agriculture to the media types is heading for a new-ish role.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
The RTÉ newsreader has an agricultural pedigree, despite being born and raised in Dublin 5.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
I see that the next head of Cork GAA used to work in the farming sector.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
The Dealer notes that the injured Pearce Hanley is to be replaced by Monaghan farmer Darren Hughes ... but who'll milk the cows?
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
Tractors festooned with Christmas lights will be lining out for charity in December.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
Dairy farmers are buying generators for their farms in the wake of Hurricane Ophelia.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
Ger Shortle joins influential DG Environment at interesting time with CAP reform talks underway.
By The Dealer on 16 November 2017
'Cow war' between Kenya and Tanzania
The Dealer hopes that the post-Brexit border between the Republic and Northern Ireland won't see the likes of this week's shenanigans in east Africa.
By The Dealer on 10 November 2017
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