The latest agribusiness news and developments from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all company and co-op news developments in the agribusiness sector.

Grocery inflation remains above 16%, with very slight drop in latest data
Lorcan Roche Kelly
Kantar reports grocery inflation eased by 0.1% in its latest report on the industry.
Lemken investing in a mechanical future without sprayers
Lemken have set its sights on moulding a crop care future manufacturing mechanical weeding equipment. Peter Thomas Keaveney travelled to the Steketee factory in the Netherlands to find out more.
Manufacturing 25% of the worlds bale plastic
Peter Thomas Keaveney sat down with Lloyd Dawson, Sales Director with Berry Agriculture who are the parent company of well-known bale plastic producer Silotite to talk sales, production and the prices
Grain Trends: no big changes as record crops forecast
Prices peaked on Monday, but dropped back down the next day. The latest report points towards increased production.
Grain Trends: green barley harvest price hits €193/t
Markets recovered slightly last week, but were on a downward movement again this week.
The 3 Rs of worm control: Right dose, Right animal and Right time
As sure as night follows day, once the grass really starts to grow, cattle and sheep will be challenged by the burden of worms.
Credit products available to farmers
Key information to know when looking for credit products for Irish farmers.
Steady cattle and sluggish sheep trade so far in 2023
Mark Zieg, Bord Bia beef, meat and livestock manager, and Seamus McMenamin, sheepmeat and livestock manager, look at trade.
Multiple Bord na Móna auctions boast over 400 lots of machinery this May
Wilsons Auctions prepares once again to offer bidders a huge selection of tractors, machinery, tyres, motorbikes, equipment and more surplus assets on behalf of the iconic Irish company Bord na Móna.
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