Turkish market set to reopen for Irish weanlings
Adam Woods
Two Irish live exporters are gearing up to fill a contract for Irish weanlings to Turkey.
28 September 2022 Markets
Camera at the Mart: buyers crossing the border to Ballina Mart
Northern Ireland and Scottish buyers were present around the ring at Mayo-Sligo Mart where competition to source stock was stiff.
28 September 2022 Viewpoints
Colm McCarthy: clarity needed on plan for energy rationing
Favour should surely be shown to exporters which use energy but which have deep linkages back into the Irish economy.
Beef Trends: quotes steady despite factory talk
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including the latest factory quotes for finished animals.
28 September 2022 Markets
Market Digest: stories from around the world
Inflation rises in US, as pigmeat imports by China forecast to fall again in 2023.
14 September 2022 World
Irish companies stand out in Singapore
Irish food exporters made their pitch to southeast Asian buyers last week as they showcased the quality and environmental credentials of their products in Singapore. Barry Murphy reports.
14 September 2022 News
Farm organisations respond to animals transport welfare recommendations
Farm organisations have responded to recommendations from the European Food Safety Authority which question the welfare of dairy cull cows and calves during transport.
14 September 2022 News
Heydon embarks on Vietnamese leg of Japan and southeast Asia trade mission
Minister Heydon is leading an agri-food trade mission to Vietnam this week.
7 September 2022 News
Australia pushing its ‘carbon neutral’ lamb in UK
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke to meat exporters from Australia on the UK trade deal and market, sustainable farming and their view of Irish lamb production.
7 September 2022 News
Irish pork ‘least expensive at the moment’ – Australian importer
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke with an Australian importer of Irish pork who described its price as “very competitive” compared with that from other countries.
5 September 2022 Pigs
Strong EU milk prices forecast until end of year - Stonex
A food and dairy market consultant has forecast that there will be increased export demand for European dairy produce into 2023.
2 September 2022 News
Obstacles remain for global grain shipments
While grain is now moving out of Ukraine by ship, it is not moving at a fast enough pace to free up storage for this year's maize crop.
29 August 2022 Markets