Agribusiness

The latest agribusiness news and developments from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all company and co-op news developments in the agribusiness sector.

News
Carbery lifts milk price and elects new chair
Jack Kennedy
Carbery, the west Cork dairy company, has decided to lift May milk prices to reflect the improving dairy markets.
 
 
Aurivo doubles turnover on dairy ingredients in five years
Over the last five years Aurivo has focused on processing and selling more dairy ingredients and it’s paying off.
Arrabawn's profits and earnings up for 2020
Financially 2020 was a better year for Arrabawn co-op, which has its headquarters in Nenagh, Co Tipperary
Sustained food price increases as global food index continues upward curve
The FAO world food price index continues to increase, putting it close to its record high in 2011.
Exporting companies ready to meet challenges – Bord Bia
In brief news and analysis on agribusiness moves around the world in agriculture and food.
Reimagining Brexit to make NI Protocol work
Difficulties with NI Protocol implementation have the potential to disrupt EU-UK trade causing concern for Irish exports.
Farmer tension over CAP payments
Tensions over proposed reforms are beginning to rise following a collapse in CAP talks in Brussels.
Inside the CAP talks: what went wrong and where to from here
There was an intense week of CAP talks in Brussels last week and while negotiators failed to strike a final deal, the direction of travel is clear. Barry Cassidy reports.
Front-loaded payments can help rebalance convergence - MacManus
Irish MEP Chris MacManus is in Brussels this week as negotiators look to strike a final CAP deal.
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Community benefit a key theme from Shaping Our Electricity Future consultation
EirGrid, operator of the national electricity grid, will next week close its nationwide consultation on Shaping Our Electricity Future.
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This is why you should check the knives in your diet feeder regularly
It is important to regularly check the knives in your diet feeder for wear and tear. Damaged or worn knives may result in a host of unforeseen costs.
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Control flies before they impact productivity
Flies are not only an irritant for cows and farmers alike, they also affect productivity – reducing animal grazing, therefore affecting milk yields and growth rates as well as behaviour in the parlour.
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Forefront T: the Ideal herbicide for grazing pastures
When it comes to choosing the perfect broad-spectrum weed killer for grazing pastures, Forefront T is the gold standard.
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