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Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: Moy Park sale and beef trade
Have you missed out on any of the top stories? Catch up with the top five stories from today, 11 September.
By Peter McCann on 11 September 2017
With talk of euro-sterling parity before the end of the year, it could hit farmers' pockets as our single largest market takes almost half of Ireland’s agri food exports.
By Eoin Lowry on 26 August 2017
The former CEO of QMS has moved on to Scotbeef, the Farmers Journal can reveal.
By John Sleigh on 27 July 2017
Arla has expanded through mergers and acquisitions, with 80% of its earnings now coming from consumer brands.
By Eoin Lowry on 20 July 2017
The Brazilian beef farmer continues to feel the hit, as various scandals in the beef sector occur.
By Patrick Donohoe on 29 June 2017
Sale agreed on chicken processor Manor Farm
The agreement places a value of €70m on the farm which sources and processes approximately 50% of all fresh chicken sold on the Irish retail market.
By Odile Evans on 27 June 2017
From humble beginnings Moy Park is the largest private sector company in Northern Ireland.
By David Wright on 23 June 2017
Kerry co-op increases May milk price
Kerry has become the fourth processor to increase its May milk price.
By Odile Evans on 14 June 2017
Australian co-op's milk price forecast improves but remains 'below expectation'
Murray Goulburn Co-op, Australia's largest dairy processor, is expecting the coming year's farmgate milk price to be around 27c/l including farmer supports.
By Odile Evans on 07 June 2017
Competitive milk prices are being sustained by a very hot butter and cream market, Strathroy has said.
By Lorcan Allen on 25 May 2017
Jack Kennedy reports from the second day of the Dairy Industry Newsletter conference in London.
By Jack Kennedy on 18 May 2017
Glanbia vote set for Thursday
Glanbia shareholders will meet on Thursday to vote on the future of the processor.
By Odile Evans on 17 May 2017
Co Meath beef and sheep farmer Ronan Delany knows that the Quality Assurance Scheme is important, but is it fair?
By Ronan Delany on 18 May 2017
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has ordered an indefinite suspension of all trading in China Huishan Dairy Holdings ltd.
By Matthew Halpin on 18 May 2017
A weekly selection of global news stories that affect demand, supply and prices.
By Matthew Halpin on 11 May 2017
Sale of Karro Food Group completed
The sale of pork processor Karro Food Group to London-based investment firm CapVest has been approved by the competition commission.
By Peter McCann on 04 May 2017
JBS USA has purchased prepared foods company Plumrose USA from EU-based Danish Crown.
By Matthew Halpin on 04 May 2017
JBS purchases prepared foods company
JBS USA has purchased prepared foods company Plumrose USA from EU-based Danish Crown.
By Matthew Halpin on 02 May 2017
Srathroy to cut non-QA farms by 5c/l
Omagh, Co Tyrone-based dairy processor Strathroy Dairies will penalise suppliers who have not passed the dairy quality assurance (QA) audit.
By Jack Kennedy on 29 April 2017
Visits from Chinese inspectors and an expected change in BSE risk status shows the NI beef industry has moved on from BSE.
By Peter McCann on 27 April 2017
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