China launches anti-dumping probe on EU pork
Lorcan Roche Kelly
Move comes in response to increased EU tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles.
16 June 2024 Poultry
Increased global risk for poultry production from bird flu this year – Bord Bia
Europe’s market conditions remain positive, but the industry faces pressure from rising imports, especially increased chicken imports from the Ukraine which 'rose significantly' in 2023.
5 June 2024 News
Pork and dairy in China's firing line
There are mounting fears that China will hit back at European agri-produce if the EU imposes increased import duties on Chinese manufactured electric cars.
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Brief news snippets from Russia, Canada, Argentina and China.
15 May 2024 World
EU farm inputs 32% above pre-COVID-19 levels
The affordability of fertilisers has been improving as EU fertiliser production continues to recover, the European Commission said.
5 May 2024 News
Versatility of pigmeat to be highlighted at symposium
Next week's Irish Pig Health Symposium is a good opportunity for pig farmers and pig farm workers to attend, the IFA has said.
10 April 2024 Pigs
Positive outlook for 2024 pig trade
Adam Woods reports from the Bord Bia meat marketing seminar where Joe Burke gave an overview of the 2023 trade and looked forward to 2024.
21 February 2024 Pigs
Hope for pigmeat recovery in 2024
Recent price pulls below the €2/kg were of concern to pig farmers who were beginning to recover from a previous bout of severe losses, Bord Bia's Joe Burke said.
24 January 2024 News