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The beast from the east posed a logistical challenge for creameries in the UK as well as Ireland.
By Odile Evans on 17 March 2018
Irish farmers completely exposed unless there is some real action to solve relationship with the UK after Brexit.
By Phelim O'Neill on 17 March 2018
Farmers encouraged to harvest forestry to make the most of rising timber prices
Prior to selling timber, farmers have been urged to familiarise themselves with the market to ensure they are being paid a fair price for their product.
By Michael Keaveny on 16 March 2018
Creed and Gove discuss bi-lateral trade
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed is in the UK to promote Ireland for St Patrick’s day.
By Odile Evans on 15 March 2018
Wet weather during the winter planting season has resulted in a substantial reduction in the winter crop area.
By Stephen Robb on 14 March 2018
A meeting will take place between the UK and Irish Ministers for Agriculture on Thursday.
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
Second processor announces milk price decrease
Kerry Group has followed Glanbia's lead and decreased its milk price for February.
By Odile Evans on 13 March 2018
Creed in UK for trade mission-like St Patrick's Day visit
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed will be in London for the rest of this week, with multiple agri-food trade and Brexit meetings on the agenda.
By Thomas Hubert on 12 March 2018
The move by US President Donald Trump to introduce a tariff on steel even with countries that he has a trade deal with could lead to wider trade wars.
By Phelim O'Neill on 10 March 2018
Helping the minister with a poem for St Patrick's Day
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has taken to social media to look for suggestions for an Irish poem he will record for Londoners ahead of Ireland's national day.
By The Dealer on 10 March 2018
The recent move by the US President on tariffs on steel imports could be the start of a damaging period for global trading relationships and add to Brexit problem.
By Phelim O'Neill on 10 March 2018
The international economic organisation has forecast a 20% drop in agri-food exports and rising rural poverty if the UK exits the EU without a trade agreement.
By Thomas Hubert on 08 March 2018
The withdrawal agreement, in which Northern Ireland is not the only contentious issue, needs to be finalised over the next six or seven months in order to permit ratification.
By Colm McCarthy on 07 March 2018
Shane Murphy spoke to John Elliot about his Rawburn Angus herd about performance driven cattle.
By Shane Murphy on 08 March 2018
The UK policy of making its own trade deals was reaffirmed by the Prime Minister's speech and it doesn't bode well for farmers.
By Phelim O'Neill on 03 March 2018
UK PM acknowledges that by leaving the single market there will be less access to each others' markets.
By Phelim O'Neill on 02 March 2018
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have launched a major review into sites where meat products are processed and stored in the UK.
By Odile Evans on 02 March 2018
The UK will have to find its own solution to this debate post–Brexit, in order to avoid giving payments to ‘sofa farmers’.
By Odile Evans on 08 March 2018
As Japanese meat buyers visited factories and farms in Scotland, the Saudi Arabian market opened for British beef.
By Odile Evans on 01 March 2018
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