China launches anti-dumping probe on EU pork
Lorcan Roche Kelly
Move comes in response to increased EU tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles.
12 June 2024 World
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12 June 2024 Markets
Northern demand injects life into trade
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s cattle trade, including what’s happening in the country’s marts.
Free bluetongue testing for farmers in Britain
Farms along the east and south coast of Britain are at highest risk of Bluetongue virus, according to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
11 June 2024 News
Record Australian lamb exports of 36,307t in May
Sheep slaughter figures and lamb export volumes appear to be setting new milestones on a monthly basis.
8 June 2024 News
Camera at the Mart: Donegal weanlings in demand
Adam Woods reports from Donegal Town Mart’s general cattle sale, which took place last Friday.
5 June 2024 Markets
What’s happening in Irish beef markets?
Adam Woods takes a dive into Ireland’s beef markets and looks at where the current price pressure is coming from.
22 May 2024 Markets
The opportunities in prepared consumer foods
The drive towards adding value across the food processing industry in recent years can be seen in the increase in the value of consumer foods for export.
Muir dismisses FFA legislation on prices
Agriculture Minister Andrew Muir has made his views clear on the proposed legislation.
15 May 2024 Northern Ireland
Beef Trends: price pressure continues in trade
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including the latest quotes.
15 May 2024 Markets
Australia to ban live sheep exports by sea from 2028
The country’s minister for agriculture Murray Watt has offered a $107m support package over five years to the industry.
15 May 2024 News
Australian exports continue to grow
The growth in Australian beef and sheepmeat exports in April continues the trend of recent months, with large volume increases.
12 May 2024 News