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Brexit deal at risk
Phelim O'Neill
Unilateral action by the UK on protocol puts the Trade and Cooperation Agreement at risk.
27 April 2022 Opinion
Dempsey at Large: how Britain views its farming world
What they have done is convince their government that food and farming is an integral part of the “levelling up“ agenda - in other words, it's effects are uniquely spread right across the country.
27 April 2022 Northern Ireland
NI milk compares well in a rising market
In a rising market, a retrospective pricing system may be an advantage to NI producers.
Buoyant beef market sees prices boom
Finished cattle prices are up as processing demand demand continues to grow across the UK.
13 April 2022 Northern Ireland
Will the upward trend in Irish beef prices last?
Factory prices have been transformed over the past year - why did it happen and will it continue?
13 April 2022 News
Canada will be next UK trade deal
If Canada succeeds in having hormone-treated beef accepted by the UK as part of a trade deal, there are wider consequences with the NI protocol.
6 April 2022 News
Irish beef prices struggle to keep pace
Irish beef prices have increased strongly over the past year, but prices have risen faster elsewhere.
25 March 2022 News
€10,600 Melody hits high note at Simmental Premier
Niamh Gunn attended the Irish Simmental Cattle Society premier sale in Roscommon Mart last Saturday.
23 March 2022 News
NI news round-up: badgers, pig support and EFS payments
Weekly round-up of news from the farming industry in Northern Ireland.
15 March 2022 News
Irish factory prices following the market up
Irish beef prices are being dragged up by the strength of the EU and international markets.
3 March 2022 News
Irish factories bottom of EU beef price league
Adam Woods and Phelim O’Neill have the latest on this week’s beef trade, including some analysis of where Ireland sits in the EU beef price league table.
2 March 2022 News
Perfect Brexit storm for British agri food exporters
Collapse in the number of EU vets practising in the UK will further stress British exporters of animal and plant products to the EU.
24 February 2022 News