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Podcast special: BSE case analysis

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How will the suspected case of BSE affect Ireland's beef trade? Phelim O'Neill discusses the consequences.
How will the suspected case of BSE affect Ireland's beef trade? Phelim O'Neill discusses the consequences.

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The Irish Farmers Journal's markets specialist Phelim O'Neill analyses the fallout from the first suspected BSE case in Ireland in two years.

Missed the previous episodes of the podcast? Catch up below!

Episode 11 - 11 June 2015: Sheep focus, food marketing and Farmyard Awards

Episode 10 - 4 June 2015: Publication of CAP payments, weather and Bloom

Episode 9 - 27 May 2015: Deadlines for payments applications: Deadlines for payments applications

Episode 8 - 20 May 2015: Agribusiness Report launch and Balmoral voices

Balmoral Show special - 15 May 2015: Irish Farmers Journal business briefing

Episode 7 - 13 May 2015: Spring breeding and focus on Northern Ireland

Episode 6 - 6 May 2015: Weather, fertilisers, blogger and harvesters

Episode 5 - 29 April 2015: New beef scheme and blackcurrant rebirth

Episode 4 - 22 April 2015: Farm safety and crop growth update

Episode 3 - 15 April 2015: GLAS, Ornua results and social welfare entitlements

Episode 2 - 8 April 2015: Markets for Irish beef

Episode 1 - 31 March 2015: End of milk quotas

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