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The Brazilian meat giant paid just under $1bn for a 51% stake in National Beef.
By Lorcan Allen on 12 April 2018
The Scottish Government set out their position on Genetic Modification, John Sleigh writes
By John Sleigh on 12 April 2018
Shoppers spent €20m restocking with groceries after Beast from the East
New figures on grocery sales show that the cupboards were bare after the snow storm.
By Michael Keaveny on 09 April 2018
€500,000 investment programme for new Irish food suppliers to Aldi
Consumer demand for Irish food has helped to drive a new Aldi investment programme.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 06 April 2018
Farmers Journal Scotland Editor John Sleigh takes a look at this week's big issues.
By John Sleigh on 05 April 2018
Meat versus Veg Marion MacCormick examines whether the role of meat in our diets is changing
By Emily Smith on 05 April 2018
Future Scottish agriculture policy will be made in Edinburgh and Westminister, but the farming versus environment debate will continue.
By Phelim O'Neill on 29 March 2018
Good week/bad week: winners and losers in farming this week
We look back at who had a week to remember in the farming world and those who had a week to forget.
By Michael Keaveny on 23 March 2018
Hard Brexit to cause dramatic rise in cost of food
Key consumer goods could see a dramatic rise in price in a hard Brexit scenario, a new report by the ESRI reveals.
By Odile Evans on 21 March 2018
High animal welfare standards, with no hormones are antibiotics are now increasingly important in determining Irish consumer perception of meat quality.
By Odile Evans on 15 March 2018
Bord Bia opens Insight Centre in London
A new Insight Centre, similar to Bord Bia's Thinking House, is being opened in London today.
By Odile Evans on 19 March 2018
Lorcan Allen speaks to Michael McCambridge, managing director of Dublin-based bakery McCambridge’s, about the Irish bread sector and the challenges of Storm Emma.
By Lorcan Allen on 08 March 2018
A mortgage is one of the biggest borrowing decisions people take in their lifetime. Lorcan Allen looks at the steps when preparing to apply for a mortgage
By Lorcan Allen on 01 March 2018
There was a positive message at the National Potato Conference for the future of potatoes in Ireland. Michael Keaveny reports on the stand-out discussions.
By Michael Keaveny on 22 February 2018
Peter McCann reports from the Northern Ireland Institute of Agricultural Science's annual conference held in Templepatrick last week.
By Peter McCann on 22 February 2018
LEAF’s Open Farm Sunday Scotland co-ordinator, Rebecca Dawes, encourages more farmers to get involved in 2018.
By Contributor on 15 March 2018
An AFBI study has shown that hoggets are equally acceptable in consumer taste trials as NZ lamb.
By David Wright on 15 February 2018
Adam Woods gets some opinions on the proposed Mercosur deal from farmers across the country.
By Adam Woods on 15 February 2018
Recognition for the public goods farmers provide has been thrown into the spotlight as an issue that needs to be dealt with when the UK leaves the EU and creates its own agricultural policy.
By Odile Evans on 15 February 2018
Scottish editor John Sleigh catches up with CEO of Scotland Food and Drink James Withers on his vision to double the food and drink sector before 2030.
By John Sleigh on 08 February 2018
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