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Post-Brexit problems for UK regulators
Phelim O'Neill
National Audit Office report in UK reveals staffing and cost issues in taking over regulatory functions previously carried out by the EU.
5 January 2022 Dealer
New name needed for Glanbia Co-op
Now that Glanbia plc is keeping that name, the co-op will have to find a new name.
13 October 2021 News
Kverneland and Kubota acquire 80% of ROC
The Kverneland Group has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire 80% of the shares in the ROC Company, the Italian merger manufacturer.
Johnston Farm Equipment take on SIP
Co Longford Massey Ferguson dealers Johnston Farm Equipment has been appointed dealers for SIP grass machinery. Gary Abbott reports.
28 April 2021 News
Watch: Cork contractors verdict on Kuhn merger after first season
Peter Thomas Keaveney speaks to Cork contractor Jim Good to find out how his Kuhn Merge Maxx 950 has performed over the course of its first season, where it gathered several thousand acres of forage.
10 September 2020 News
One season on with the merger – a fad or the way forward?
Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with Cork contractor Jim Good to find out how his Kuhn Merge Maxx 950 has performed over the course of its first season, where it gathered in the region of 5,000 acres.
9 September 2020 Farm machinery
New appointments to Kerry Group senior leadership team
Kerry Group has appointed Gavin Caplis as its new chief strategy officer and Malcolm Sheil as its new CEO for its taste and nutrition business.
19 August 2020 News
Dawn complete Dunbia takeover
The completion of Dawn's Dunbia takeover means that three groups now dominate the British and Irish beef processing industry.
5 August 2020
Ploeger develops trailed grass merger
Danish machinery manufacturer Ploeger has recently announced that it is working on its first trailed merger designed for grass. Gary Abbott reports
23 July 2020 News
Grass mergers – a replacement for the rake?
This year, a number of Irish contractors have invested in mergers for the silage season ahead. Gary Abbott and Peter Thomas Keaveney look into the concept and why it is gaining interest.
8 April 2020 Contracting
Glanbia’s Keane talks down milk price and supply
According to Glanbia chair Martin Keane, Glanbia’s Irish milk suppliers should be expecting lower milk prices than European farmers, writes Jack Kennedy.
16 November 2019 Feature
Agritechnica 2019: new self-propelled merger from Ploeger
Peter Thomas Keaveney reports on a new self-propelled merger built by Netherlands-based firm Ploeger.
13 November 2019 Tractors