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Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: Teagasc spring walk and Aryzta profits
Bord Bia has witnessed a 40% increase in the number of small food and drink businesses believe it is important to buy local.
By Odile Evans on 24 January 2017
“We were lucky to lose just the one calf. It could have been a disaster,” said Cork farmer Billy Nicholson when recalling the outbreak of scour in his last batch of calves, born in spring 2015.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 19 January 2017
Teagasc’s series of spring grass walks kicked off in Wexford on Tuesday, with Duncormick farmers Ciara and Michael Doran hosting the event.
By Aidan Brennan on 24 January 2017
New fuel markers and stricter controls on green diesel sales have led to a sharp drop in laundering offences, according to the Revenue Commissioners.
By Thomas Hubert on 24 January 2017
December import data for China shows a large increase in trade of whole milk powder compared with 2015.
By Odile Evans on 24 January 2017
Lorcan Allen speaks to Dermot Campion, general manager of Germinal Ireland.
By Lorcan Allen on 19 January 2017
"I couldn’t believe how the ringworm began to clear after we used the vaccine," said Offaly beef producer Kieran Dooley, who experienced a severe case of ringworm infection in bulls last year.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 11 January 2017
Darren Carty runs through interesting questions farmers had on the new Sheep Welfare Scheme during DAFM information meetings.
By Darren Carty on 19 January 2017
The major trade deal between Europe and Canada could be in place as early as April 2017 after the EU trade committee voted in its favour on Tuesday.
By Odile Evans on 24 January 2017
Farmers in the UK supplying Müller and Arla will see another milk price increase from the start of February.
By Odile Evans on 24 January 2017
Walsh Mushrooms Group has acquired the business and assets of Golden Mushrooms, one of Ireland’s top mushroom growers.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 24 January 2017
Calving is certainly the most stressful time of the dairy cow cycle. It all starts with dry cow management.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 06 January 2017
It is not too late for new year's resolutions, and more importantly to actually implement them. Will Warham has a few suggestions.
By Will Warham on 24 January 2017
The country’s two largest dairy processor have announced the continuation of a milk processing arrangement.
By Patrick Donohoe on 24 January 2017
Fonterra’s milk collection in December was down by 6% in North Island and by 2.9% in South Island from December 2015 according to reports from My Farm.
By John Boylan on 24 January 2017
Legislation to cut payments to boiler owners under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has been approved by the Northern Ireland Assembly.
By Peter McCann on 24 January 2017
Dairymaster are running this amazing competition to WIN a MooMonitor+ Health & Fertility Monitoring system worth €12,000 exclusively in the Irish Farmers Journal.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 22 December 2016
The British government has lost its appeal to the supreme court on whether British prime minister Theresa May has royal authority to trigger Article 50 without approval of the parliament.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 24 January 2017
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed has said that the three cases of bird flu in Ireland so far serve to confirm that infection is likely well established and poultry farmers should remain vigilant.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 24 January 2017

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