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Monday
Farming Weather
Medium rain showers
17°C
13°C
6am - 6pm: 9.20mm
6pm - 6am: 2.50mm


Tuesday
Farming Weather
Medium rain showers
17°C
12°C
6am - 6pm: 1.60mm
6pm - 6am: 2.50mm


Wednesday
Farming Weather
Sun with grey cloud
17°C
8°C
6am - 6pm: 0.40mm
6pm - 6am: 0.00mm


Thursday
Farming Weather
Scattered clouds
16°C
11°C
6am - 6pm: 0.00mm
6pm - 6am: 0.10mm


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Colm McCarthy: Greece arguably should never have joined the Euro
In a vote on 7 July, MEPs will call on the EU's executive to study the option of a new dairy crisis tool to mitigate against farmers' volatile cost margins and the impact of the Russian food ban.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 06 July 2015
Figures released by Kantar Worldpanel show that Tesco is still Ireland's number one grocery retailer, boasting a market share of 25.1%.
By Aisling Hussey on 06 July 2015
The agri-food industry and the government launched a plan on Thursday to grow exports by 85% in the coming decade. Find key information for you sector in this week's Irish Farmers Journal coverage.
By Thomas Hubert on 06 July 2015
As Clonmel show celebrated its 150th show, breeders brought out an impressive display of cattle to mark the occasion. Jennie Aherne reports.
By Contributor on 06 July 2015
Fonterra is exploring the idea of offering longer guaranteed milk price contracts and says the job of operating any price contract trading platform could be attractive to third party market players.
By John Boylan on 06 July 2015
A mixed day of weather saw a massive turn-out of cattle at Longford show yesterday, with many young stock coming to the fore in many of their breed sections, writes Nevan McKiernan.
By Contributor on 06 July 2015
Heavy and thundery rain will reach everywhere on Monday but better weather is on the way.
By Farmers Journal on 05 July 2015
Harold Kingston has a famous cow. Her number is 243 and has been in the herd since 2001. Time has come for her to move on.
By Harold Kingston on 05 July 2015
Ciaran Lenehan realised that maybe both he and his compatriots in the beef sector need to reassess where they are going.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 05 July 2015
First Milk has started construction on an anaerobic digester at its Lake District Creamery that will convert whey permeate into bio-methane.
By John Boylan on 05 July 2015
The chairman of the group which formed the Food Wise 2025 report has given his reaction to the report.
By Patrick Donohoe on 06 July 2015
Tommy Moyles had the opportunity to see what the docility of his heifers is like this week while he was carrying out some vaccinating.
By Tommy Moyles on 04 July 2015
The farming and food sectors must meet “formidable challenges” in order to achieve the Food Wise 2025 targets, according to the Agricultural Science Association (ASA).
By Patrick Donohoe on 05 July 2015
After many delays, the way has been cleared for the EU Parliament to vote on TTIP next week.
By Phelim O'Neill on 04 July 2015
Today saw another strong trade at Aurivo mart Balla, as farmers were active for all good quality store cattle.
By Nathan Tuffy on 04 July 2015

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Joe Boylan, Oldcastle, cleaning his shears after shearing a sheep at the workshop run by Farm Business Skillnets.Picture: Ramona Farrelly
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