Tight global wheat supplies continue to drive market
Stephen Robb
News from France, India, US, Brazil, Canada and Russia features in this week’s grain market update.
6 April 2022 News
Canada will be next UK trade deal
If Canada succeeds in having hormone-treated beef accepted by the UK as part of a trade deal, there are wider consequences with the NI protocol.
18 March 2022 News
Brazil chasing fertiliser as environmental groups lobby EU
Roundup of the big issues in global agri affairs this week, with Brazil chasing fertiliser supplies while the US worries about inflation.
Urgency of global food security comes into focus
G7 agriculture ministers meet against backdrop of food supply being under serious threat later this year.
9 March 2022 News
Government goes global for St Patrick’s Day
The Minister for Foreign Affairs is the Minister for being Home Alone as the cabinet take to the skies for the national holiday.
16 February 2022 Dealer
Global Report: stories from around the world
Snippets from South America, New Zealand, Canada and France.
2 February 2022 World
Map: global nitrogen prices skyrocket
Global nitrogen prices have taken an unprecedented lift across the world as geopolitical tensions, gas prices and transport cost issues combine to drive prices higher.
2 February 2022 News
Global Report: stories from around the world
News briefs from China, Argentina, Canada and the UK.
19 January 2022 World
Cookstown pig factory part of global food giant
A Canadian food company is the latest owner of the pig slaughter plant at Cookstown in Co Tyrone. David Wright reports.
5 January 2022 News
Canadian sheep farmer lambs four times a year on YouTube
Sandi Brock's fully indoor, high-intensity margin and animal welfare-driven 450-ewe system is typical of many found in Canada.
27 December 2021 News