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Dawn

In pictures: Irish meat companies at world's largest food fair
There is dedicated Irish, Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh branded stands at Anuga this week with ABP opting to go independent
By Phelim O'Neill on 09 October 2017
The Irish arm of McDonald’s also reported a 13% jump in profits for its 2016 financial year.
By Lorcan Allen on 12 October 2017
Deals involving Linden, Dunbia and ABP will result in further consolidation in beef and lamb processing.
By David Wright on 05 October 2017
The UK meat processing industry rationalisation has received competition authorities approval for Dawn and Dunbia as well as ABP and Linden Foods
By Phelim O'Neill on 05 October 2017
After the battle over ABP buying into Slaney last year, the same arrangement has been approved for Linden, while Dawn has taken control of Dunbia.
By Phelim O'Neill on 05 October 2017
The trend of reducing prices is very worrying for farmers in the pig business, according to the IFA.
By Eleanor McBennett on 07 September 2017
The 2017 Agricultural Science Association (ASA) conference takes place in Kildare next month. Big Phil will be there.
By The Dealer on 03 August 2017
IFA livestock chair Angus Woods has said that the lack of price competition in the beef sector must be tackled.
By Contributor on 20 July 2017
Despite Brexit, the level of mergers and acquisitions in the Irish agri-food sector shows continued strength in the first half of 2017. Eoin Lowry reports.
By Eoin Lowry on 06 July 2017
Irish price needs to be above the European average to compete with our continental neighbours.
By Eleanor McBennett on 06 July 2017
Here we look at more discussion points from the forum at the recent Irish Grassland Association conference in Kells, Co Meath.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 30 June 2017
In the coming days we will look at some of the discussion points from the forum at the recent Irish Grassland Association conference at Kells, Co Meath.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 30 June 2017
In the wake of the ABP-Linden deal, Irish Farmers Journal editor Justin McCarthy examines the future for the sector and asks why can't beef farmers and plcs run successful processing facilities.
By Justin McCarthy on 29 June 2017
New legislation will lift the veil of financial secrecy surrounding Ireland’s food industry.
By Eoin Lowry on 15 June 2017
Dawn Meats combined with the new Dunbia entity will process 900,000 head of cattle per annum and 2.6m sheep.
By Odile Evans on 01 June 2017
With Dawn taking over the Dunbia factory at Slane, they will have a similar share of the Irish kill as ABP and between them account for half of all cattle processed in Ireland.
By Phelim O'Neill on 01 June 2017
Dawn's takeover of Dunbia removes another independent factory from the beef industry.
By Phelim O'Neill on 31 May 2017
Dawn Meats is to overtake Larry Goodman's ABP group as the largest beef processor with deal to buy Dunbia.
By Justin McCarthy on 25 May 2017
Dawn to take control of Dunbia
Dawn Meats and Dunbia have announced a joint venture shareholding across the UK and Ireland.
By Patrick Donohoe on 24 May 2017
Phelim O'Neill reports from the EU business delegation mission to Canada, led by Commissioner Phil Hogan.
By Phelim O'Neill on 02 May 2017
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