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Agribusiness
Brexit woes build for UK importers
Phelim O'Neill
The effects of Brexit are only now being felt by UK importers and exporters to the UK because of the delay in implementing border controls post Brexit.
14 June 2024 News
Greencore recalls sandwiches, wraps and salads in UK over E coli fears
Alert issued as a precautionary measure and has not been found in recalled products.
Rearing 6,500 calves ‘McDonald’s-style’ in UK
Adam Woods visited Long Lane Farm this week, which rears 6,500 calves annually for the Buitelaar Group.
Goodman’s charity is better at making money than giving it away
The Goodman Foundation has seen a huge increase in assets over recent years.
12 June 2024 News
AHV International cuts staff in NI
The animal health company has confirmed three people have left its NI team.
12 June 2024 Northern Ireland
Fermanagh and south Tyrone has the most farms
Over 4,000 farm businesses applied for the Basic Payment Scheme in the Fermanagh and south Tyrone parliamentary constituency this year.
12 June 2024 Northern Ireland
Prawn shells can stop algal blooms in NI
Chitosan has binding properties which could be used to treat blue-green algae that has grown in Lough Neagh, a committee of MLAs has been told.
12 June 2024 Northern Ireland
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
UK shares in Australian exports surge
Overall Australian beef and lamb exports increased in May compared with last year and while coming from a low base, there was a huge percentage increase to the UK.
9 June 2024 News
UK general election talk has gone post-Brexit
Almost two weeks into the general election campaign in the UK and Brexit is hardly mentioned.
7 June 2024 News
Continental testing CO2-neutral tyre production in Portugal
Continental has announced that it is testing CO2-neutral tyre production at its plant in Lousado, Portugal, a site which has an annual production capacity of 18 million tyres.
6 June 2024 News
Beef trade sizzles in sunshine
Adam Woods has the latest on the beef trade and how markets are driving prices up.
5 June 2024 Markets