Taoiseach touted to lead trade trip to China next year

The Taoiseach is being touted as the leader of a trade trip to china next year. IT will be one of his biggest overseas visits and an important one for Irish farmers.

Interview: Creed outlines plans to tackle beef price cuts,Brexit and Glas Payments

Our Kevin Forde spoke with minister Creed, questioning him on the main worries of farmers.

‘Change in 30-Day Export Eligibility Rule putting less money in the breeder’s pocket’

Catherina spoke with Nevan McKiernan, Secretary of Irish Charolais Cattle Society about the new legislation.

We want it all!

China to receive first shipment of US beef for 14 years and its main online retailers are currently trying hard to fill the demand for US beef.

Brexit and the Equivalence of Standards

Stuart Meikle gives his insight into Brexit, and which road is the best route taken for Ireland.

Border and Trade issues go hand in hand

This was the message from IFA President, Joe Healy, speaking at an event in Dublin last week.

Creed Meets Key Figures in new US Administration

On First Day of Trade Mission fronted by Creed, Sheep meat access and developing Trade links dominate proceedings

Beef Prices strong with high market demand

Angus Woods has said this week that beef prices remain firm and says rising prices are driven by strong demand.

Cattle price update- Live exports up 43%

Cattle price updates from the past week, as live exports improve by 43% on last year.

Where is British Farming going after Brexit?

Stuart Meikle discusses Brexit and what options are out there for farmers still hoping to compete in the UK markets post Brexit.