The government plans a low-interest loan scheme, but many farmers are already struggling under debt.
Agriculture minister Michael Creed said food producers are always reacting to some challenge.
Why an increasing number of people are starting new companies later in life.
Lara Hanlon, founder of Éntomo, wants to see Ireland cultivate an entomophagy industry.
Five firms have got the green light to export to the major consumer market.
Between Brexit and potential overproduction, the Irish racehorse sector is set for turbulence.
The farming body said promotions on potatoes during Christmas has a big impact on the industry.
Kerry’s Kush Shellfish finds itself in an unusual position as it expands outside Europe.
The Sumitomo Corporation will pay just over €750m for the Dublin-based fruit supplier.
The move follows a pay scandal last year over former boss Pat Smith’s €500,000 salary package.
But a new EU study said agreements like the controversial TTIP will be positive for the dairy sector.
The Irish-registered forestry investment firm is the subject of a garda investigation.
Early-stage companies don’t need to hand over equity to sign-up to Alltech’s 12-week course.
On average, Dublin agri jobs were found to contribute €178k compared to €55k elsewhere.
BHSL, which turns the waste into fuel, also plans to raise millions in a new funding round.
This small-orchard owner ended up in the cider-making business almost by accident.
A number of measures have been introduced to ease the potential fallout from Brexit.
The IFA condemned the European Commission’s ruling on the merger, which it said would hurt farmers.
The British government wants to start the EU exit process within six months.
UCD and MIT graduate Brian Liston is also setting up an Amazon-like portal that sells hemp.