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Teagasc outlook 2017

The fallout from Brexit is hanging over the heads of cattle and sheep farmers.
By Paul Mooney on 01 December 2016
Pig recovery to face challenges in 2017
While Teagasc forecasts pig farmers' recent return to profitability to continue into the first half of next year, uncertainty weighs heavily on any further predictions.
By Thomas Hubert on 29 November 2016
Average tillage farm to make a negative margin next year
The average tillage farm is likely to lose €30/ha after all costs are paid next year, according to the Teagasc Review and Outlook report published on Tuesday.
By Odile Evans on 29 November 2016
Ewe premium to save sheep farmers' profitability in 2017
Lamb prices will decline next year, but the introduction of the sheep welfare scheme will fill the gap and lead to a slight increase in margins on most sheep farms, according to Teagasc's outlook.
By Thomas Hubert on 29 November 2016
Beef prices to fall 12% next year – Teagasc
Teagasc's annual outlook published this Tuesday sees margins on both suckler and cattle finishing dropping sharply in 2017.
By Thomas Hubert on 29 November 2016
Dairy margins set to improve in 2017
Rising cow numbers, yields and prices are all expected to add to dairy farmers' income next year, according to Teagasc.
By Odile Evans on 29 November 2016
Teagasc sees 5% farm income growth next year
The average family farm income will increase by 5% in 2017 after stagnating this year, according to Teagasc's annual outlook.
By Thomas Hubert on 29 November 2016
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