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.

Agribusiness
UK-US trade deal always a non-runner
Phelim O'Neill
Current US trade policy is protectionist, making a trade deal with the UK virtually impossible irrespective of Brexit or other political considerations.
 
 
Pöttinger hits record turnover with 25% growth
Pöttinger has achieved record turnover in its latest 2021/22 financial year, with turnover increasing by 25% to €506 million.
Arrabawn consolidates and lifts profits
Arrabawn Co-op, headquartered in Nenagh in north Tipperary but collecting milk in 15 counties, performed well in 2021 when we look at the numbers.
Market Digest: stories from around the world
Updates from Uruguay, European Union, New Zealand and the USA.
Fonterra revises upwards financial performance
Milk supply in New Zealand normally peaks in October each year, the exact opposite to the Irish milk supply year.
UK-US trade deal always a non-runner
Current US trade policy is protectionist, making a trade deal with the UK virtually impossible irrespective of Brexit or other political considerations.
Brexit consequences slip under the radar
Scrutiny of UK trade policy points to less value being secured commercially than through a close relationship with the EU.
Fischler sees room for CAP improvement
Former EU Agriculture Commissioner shares his thoughts on how the CAP could be improved with a midterm review.
Dublin’s loss is Belfast’s gain
Belfast harbour results show growth of business as supply chains adjust to Brexit controls.
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Are you Ireland’s best new entrant farm business?
The annual Teagasc NEWBIE new entrant to agriculture competition aims to highlight the innovation and entrepreneurialism in the agriculture sector.
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Watch: moving towards a more responsible approach to parasite control
Pre-housing protection from post-housing welfare issues with Norbrook.
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Small businesses in Ireland will have a chance to promote themselves at the Ploughing
The National Ploughing Championships, which run from 20 to 22 September in Ratheniska, will feature the Local Enterprise Village, designed for small businesses to gain new customers and grow their enterprise.
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Win a year of agri fuel or two years of home heating at Ploughing 22!
If you’re in attendance at the Ploughing Championships this week, visit the Certa stand at Row 13 Stand 222, where you can enter our excellent competitions to win either of the following prizes
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