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Origin earnings rise as perfect growing conditions boost agri services

Near perfect planting and growing conditions led to a strong recovery in the demand for agronomy services and farm inputs during the year to the end of July, Origin Enterprises has said in preliminary results statement.

24th September, 2014
Origin chief executive Tom O'Mahony is silhouetted against his own results presentation.

Near perfect planting and growing conditions led to a strong recovery in the demand for agronomy services and farm inputs during the year to the end of July, Origin Enterprises has said in preliminary results statement.

Profit before tax rose 3.3 per cent to €87.4 million on flat revenues of €1.4 billion. The results showed a 10.4 per cent increase in adjusted diluted earnings per share to 57.51 cent, while it also announced a 15.9...

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