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Agribusiness
Rabobank outlook for 2022 – beef and sheepmeat
Phelim O'Neill
Despite rising costs for labour, freight and energy putting pressure on animal supply chains in 2022, Rabobank is positive about the prospects for 2022.
28 August 2021 News
US dairy farmers to receive $350m in COVID-19 payments for market volatility
The announcement is the first step in a programme that will provide a package of over $2bn for the industry.
22 July 2020 Dealer
Palm extract at the kernel of sustainability debate
Teagasc advice during the drought was the latest skirmish around an issue that is not going to go away – the footprint of the animal feedstuffs we import.
Green Deal to shape EU agriculture
The EU vision of agriculture, presented at the EU outlook conference, will place more demands on farmers without any evidence of more money.
11 December 2019
Farming misrepresented in climate change debate
The issues around livestock production and climate change are complex and not yet fully understood
27 November 2019 News
South Korea a market worth having
Denmark and the Netherlands are the first EU countries back in the South Korean market after BSE, but Ireland's time will come.
29 September 2019 Opinion
John Deere earnings rise by 54%
The company’s fourth quarter earnings have risen substantially.
22 November 2018 News
Ornua appoints new North American president
The new president will be in charge of developing Ornua’s flagship products in the region, such as Kerrygold and Dubliner.
26 September 2018 News
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: hen harrier scheme may open this year
Good morning. In the news today: good news for poultry farms as housing restrictions are lifted and there are hopes the hen harrier scheme will open this year.
26 April 2017 World
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin:'NCT' for tractors from 2018
Good morning. In the news today: tractor with no tax or insurance for 15 years seized, MilkFlex extended and 80 post offices face closure.
9 March 2017 News
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: GLAS letters and #Calving17
Good morning. In the news today: highest live exports of 2017, GLAS letters in the post, and the very best of #Calving17.
21 February 2017 World
Brazil keen on EU market
Brazil's behemoth beef business is keen to quash what it sees as misconceptions regarding its industry. The industry wants to get a bigger foothold in Europe.
26 October 2016