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Irish steak retailing at €50/kg in Germany
Rachel Donovan
Irish rump steak and ribeye were also seen in abundance in the German fridges.
14 September 2022 News
John Deere MultiFuel engine reduces Co2 emissions by 91%
As part of a recent sustainability event held in Germany, John Deere announced that it is working on a Stage V MultiFuel engine concept that allows the use of both biofuels and standard diesel.
14 September 2022 News
Pöttinger hits record turnover with 25% growth
Pöttinger has achieved record turnover in its latest 2021/22 financial year, with turnover increasing by 25% to €506 million.
Consumer trends around meat not good news
Bord Bia has conducted a European meat shopper insights tracker in seven countries around Europe.
14 September 2022 News
'Current economic situation affecting organic sales' - Bord Bia
While current inflationary pressures are affecting organic sales, the strength of the market in European countries will provide a market for Irish produce.
8 September 2022 News
Germany freezes carbon price increase
As Part of a €65bn relief package, the German coalition agreed to freeze the carbon price.
7 September 2022 News
Fliegl takes over production of Claas Cargos range
German manufacturer, Fliegl has bought the rights of Claas to produce the Cargos dual-purpose forage wagons.
24 August 2022 News
Watch - Industry focus: 60 years of importing machinery with Farmhand
With the company celebrating 60 years in business, Peter Thomas Keaveney sat down with brothers Paul and Stephen Scrivener to chat about the company’s humble beginnings and evolution over the years.
24 August 2022 Farm machinery
Claas shows off latest wares in Germany
At a press trip in Germany last week, Claas unveiled its latest innovations which included updates across its range of mowers, balers, loaders and combines.
17 August 2022 Farm machinery
Dairy Trends: milk supply, China and GDT dominate buying decisions
Drought in the EU, China not performing and GDT falls again are all interlinked as global geopolitical uncertainty continues.
17 August 2022 Markets
Biofach: Irish companies hoping to further grow the market for organic exports
Rachel Donovan caught up with the Irish organic companies who travelled to Nuremberg in Germany recently for Biofach, the world's largest organic trade fair.
10 August 2022 News
Organic market growing, but processing capacity an issue - Hackett
If Ireland increases its output in the next five years, the Minister said that she would like to see some of that be secured in the domestic market.
27 July 2022 News