articles about agribusiness
An agricultural firm has been fined for Health and safety failings which resulted in a young boy losing part of his leg.
Good sale in Balla last Saturday, with a lot of heavy cattle on offer.
Stuart Meikle shares his in depth views on the recent animal welfare in the mart exclusive story.
Smaller number of lots on offer in Roscommon last week as only two heifers went unsold.
The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association are calling for €5m to be given to the hill sheep sector.
Tillage Diary: Gary and his team begin harvesting their oil seed rape, and their square baler is in full swing
On this weeks Tillage Diary, Gary tells of the weekly events, which included getting the oil seed rape harvested, and baling for their customers.
At yesterday's property auction at the castle hotel in Macroom County Cork, All lots sold together as one for €490,000.
Stuart discusses the future of the beef industry, and how it may lie in the hands of small scale producers.
A very big sale in Ennis for the Annual breeding sheep sale and show.
A very large sale in Ballina yesterday August 15th, with over 2700 sheep on offer our Kevin brings you the full report here.
Glanbia have announced a plan for a 5 year fixed price milk supply agreement.
Programme participants are set to get insights into profitability, sustainability and efficiency improvement.
The UK have proposed an interim customs union with the EU post Brexit.
A great big sale in Headford, with over 300 cattle and 1650 sheep on offer.
The agreement will provide 1,500 jobs. Read the full story here.
Stuart discusses the recent hot topic that is the PGI status and what could be on the cards for out quality assurance system.