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Steady trade for quality animals at Balla
This week our photographers were in Bellewstown, Fennor Farm, Tullamore, Omagh, Ennis and Raphoe.
By Photo Desk on 29 April 2016
We have decided to zero-graze a portion of ground that we have not grazed and had intended for first-cut silage.
By Matt Dempsey on 28 April 2016
The cold weather has slowed fertiliser sale, but there has been an increase in ration sales over the last week. Straw and fodder beet are also in demand.
By Peter Young on 28 April 2016
We went on the Irish Farm Buildings Association tour that visited some very impressive agricultural buildings and a manufacturing plant
By Peter Varley on 30 April 2016
Reports from Brussels suggest that following heated discussions at the Trade Policy Committee meeting this week, the EU Commission is reconsidering the Mercosur offer.
By Phelim O'Neill on 30 April 2016
The two most likely problems at this time of the year are calf pneumonia and calf scour. Most of the pneumonia cases are obvious, but calf scours can be harder to get on top of.
By Peter Young on 28 April 2016
Lamb and hogget prices have fallen after the factory base quote reductions.
By Peter Varley on 28 April 2016
Nestlé is to enter a joint venture with R&R Ice Cream in the UK.
By John Boylan on 30 April 2016
We look at some of the key messages on breeding and health from last week's conference.
By Nathan Tuffy on 28 April 2016
After the political hype at the start of the week on Obama's visit to Europe, the latest TTIP negotiating round was more mundane
By Phelim O'Neill on 30 April 2016
See below for your guide to what's happening in the farming community around the country this week.
By Eleanor McBennett on 28 April 2016
Preview of what's in this week's issue: Joe Healy's priorities as IFA president, reviewing your suckler or dairy costs and the rising price of insurance.
By Farmers Journal on 01 May 2016
The 1916 Spring Show was important as a farming and industries fair, writes Michael Moroney.
By Michael Moroney on 28 April 2016
With the GLAS Traditional Farm Buildings Grant closing date looming, Odile Evans speaks to a Cork dairy farmer who used the old grant under REPS to restore an outbuilding dating back to 1910.
By Odile Evans on 28 April 2016
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil have agreed on a deal for a new government but independent support is now required.
By Anthony Jordan on 30 April 2016

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