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Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: butter prices and cattle prices
In the wake of the ABP-Linden deal, Irish Farmers Journal editor Justin McCarthy examines the future for the sector and asks why can't beef farmers and plcs run successful processing facilities.
By Justin McCarthy on 26 June 2017
This year’s Smart Farming cost saving challenge is well underway, with farm visits now completed on 25% of the farms.
Chinese infant formula imports continue to increase
Imports of infant formula to China continue to increase, with a 37% increase in volumes year on year in May.
By Amy Forde on 26 June 2017
Watch: one sheep dead and more injured in dog attack
One sheep died and two more suffered injuries as a result of a dog attack in Wales on Monday.
By Amy Forde on 26 June 2017
Farm support protected in DUP-Tory deal
Money currently going to farmers will be maintained to the end of this parliament.
By David Wright on 26 June 2017
An EU-Japan free-trade deal would allow Irish beef follow pigmeat and dairy into the Japanese market in significant volumes
By Phelim O'Neill on 26 June 2017
With agricultural affairs his primary concern, John Hayes, who was best known by his nickname 'The Bull' was appointed brand ambassador for Irish Hereford Prime back in 2012.
With the announcement last week that Brazilian meat processor JBS had decided to sell Moy Park, Eoin Lowry takes a look at the largest global meat processors who might be interested
By Eoin Lowry on 26 June 2017
Ireland has one of the highest yield potentials in the world, particularly for cereal crops. The same climate that allows high yields also demands high levels of external inputs and associated costs.
By Contributor on 23 June 2017
The weather held for the 25th Annual Finn Valley Show held on Saturday 24 June, Shane Murphy reports.
By Shane Murphy on 26 June 2017
DUP and Conservatives strike a deal
After a further round of talks in Downing Street on Monday morning the DUP and Conservatives announced that they had made a deal on forming a British government.
By Odile Evans on 26 June 2017
When dairy farmer Joe Hayden talks about the land, there is undeniable passion and eloquence in his voice. He and his brother Michael are the fourth-generation of Haydens to farm 135ha near Tinahely.
‘Big data’ is a potential farm enterprise, writes Kieran Sullivan, but we may need Google or Facebook to generate some cash from it .
By Kieran Sullivan on 26 June 2017
The spot price of butter in Europe is showing no signs of decelerating its phenomenal price rise
By Lorcan Allen on 26 June 2017
Ciarán Lenehan analyses autumn calving 2016 and spring calving 2017 in the BETTER beef programme.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 22 June 2017
Attendance was down and a number of big names were absent last week from Cereals, products from smaller makers had the chance to gain greater exposure. Martin Rickatson reports.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
‘‘Farming is more than a living, it’s a way of life’’ says Richard Hogg who farms 170 acres of grassland and forestry in Stoneyford, Co Kilkenny. His farm is a mix of sheep-to-lamb and suckler-to-beef
Farmland habitats can support an abundant, diverse community of species. Conserving and enhancing biodiversity is vital to sustainable production agricultural systems.
By Contributor on 26 June 2017
Weekly weather: very unsettled week ahead
The outlook shows a very unsettled week, with occasional showers, or longer spells of rain. Temperatures will be a little below normal.
By Odile Evans on 25 June 2017


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