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Five predictions for the EU dairy sector post-milk quotas

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Agra Europe's top ten articles for February

The most read articles on the Agra Europe website last month.

Editorial: EU must finally deliver clarity on its biofuels policy

The EU’s biofuels supply chain has once again called for an end to the political uncertainty surrounding the cap on the use of conventional biofuels i...

Editorial: EU on course to become world’s leading wheat exporter

While the future looks uncertain for exporters of some agricultural produce, the trade in EU wheat is going from strength to strength with the bloc se...

Editorial: EU and Russia are inextricably linked when it comes to pigmeat trade

The impact of the Russian ban on pigmeat products from the EU in January last year on both sides of the divide is becoming starker with each new set o...

Editorial: Commission happy to play the waiting game on aid requests

Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan seemed to spend a considerable amount of time at this week’s Farm Council meeting batting away requests for direct financial aid or assistance from a variety of far...

Trade Focus: Wheat suffers most in April futures sell-off

Wheat futures plumbed new, near five-year lows in the past week as crop weather improved in the US, Europe and CIS countries, Russia hinted at a more assertive export presence around the corner and im...

Editorial: Commission happy to play the waiting game on aid requests

Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan seemed to spend a considerable amount of time at this week’s Farm Council meeting batting away requests for direct financial aid or assistance from a variety of far...

CAP

CAP simplification must focus on 'greening' - Parliament hearing

A simplified CAP must focus on so-called ‘greening’ requirements, making them easier for farmers to follow, EU farm lobby Copa-Cogeca has said at a hearing with MEPs.

Updated CAP Monitor looks at the changes coming for 2014-2020

CAP Monitor is now fully revised and updated, offering a full section-by-section guide to the new CAP for 2014-2020

FAO calls for ‘urgent’ aid to Nepalese earthquake hit farmers

Some €7 million is urgently needed to help Nepalese farmers rapidly recover lost agricultural inputs on account of the recent earthquake and resume preparations for the imminent rice sowing season, th...

UK turkey processor to build first US plant

British turkey processor Kelly Turkeys is expanding into the US with the construction of a new production facility in the state of Virginia.