French man elected World Farmers’ Organisation president
Barry Murphy
The World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO) elected a new president on Wednesday.
14 May 2022 News
France using human urine as crop fertiliser
French agricultural researchers report that early trials using human urine as a fertiliser on crops are showing positive results.
11 May 2022 Markets
Grain Trends: tight supply continues to drive prices
Another surge in prices is beginning to widen the price gap between native cereals and imported grains.
Dairy supply shortage to continue
The Dairy Industry Newsletter conference was on in London during the week and Jack Kennedy was over to soak up the messages.
8 May 2022 Global trade
Potato area expected to be down this year - IFA
IFA potato market report 04.05.22.
4 May 2022 Markets
Poor calf sales as livestock shipping remains cancelled
There has been poor trade at calf sales across the country as Stena Line cancels livestock shipping for another week.
13 April 2022 News
Dairy Trends: commodity trend continues the sharp upward curve
European prices are rising rapidly, much quicker than is happening in other parts of the world.
30 March 2022 News
How other EU governments are supporting farmers
France, Spain and Germany have announced various measures to support their farmers deal with the challenges brought about the war in Ukraine.
30 March 2022 News
Organic farming in 2020 saw record growth
The EU is now the second-largest market for organics after the USA.
16 February 2022 News
2022 maize: what varieties should I grow this year?
The Department of Agriculture has published its 2022 recommended maize variety list.
8 February 2022 News
IFA potato report: input costs will make 2022 a challenge
IFA potato market report 25 January 2022.
26 January 2022 Markets
Westfield Aubracs set for full dispersal
The herd, established 25 years ago, offer breeders a super opportunity to acquire top bloodlines.
17 January 2022 Pedigree