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Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
Widespread heavy rain will give a boost to growth on dry land, but those on heavy land say they have enough rain now.
By Aidan Brennan on 16 August 2017
Early this year, Robert Watson and family sat down and pulled together their feed, electricity, fuel and fertiliser bills, soil samples and water quality results for the Smart Farming team.
Landowners claim works on grid connection for wind farm in Co Wicklow amounts to trespass on their land.
By Thomas Hubert on 16 August 2017
Obama's ag advisor to address ASA conference
The Agricultural Science Association (ASA) has announced a number of additional high-profile speakers to address its annual conference, including Obama’s chief agricultural negotiator.
By Anthony Jordan on 16 August 2017
On Tuesday, the UK government finally revealed its opening position on the customs union issue. It is a flimsy document and fails to clarify anything of substance.
By Colm McCarthy on 16 August 2017
UK plan for Brexit a ‘positive’ - EU Commission
The European Union has described the British Government's publication of position papers on Brexit as a ‘positive’ for future plans on the issue.
By Anthony Jordan on 16 August 2017
Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine Michael Creed TD and Tara Mc Carthy, CEO Bord Bia, welcomed the United States Department of Agriculture’s approval of eight marketing claims for Irish Beef
We have photographs and a breakdown of the best cattle in each breed at this year’s Tullamore and AIB National Livestock Show.
By Shane Murphy on 16 August 2017
Rugby star parking cars at agricultural show
Rugby star and Carlow farmer Sean O'Brien has never made a secret of his loyalty for all things local.
By The Dealer on 16 August 2017
Over 6,450 sit agriculture subjects in 2017
6,453 students sat Agricultural Science and Agriculture Economics in 2017.
By Anthony Jordan on 16 August 2017
Removing the stock bull is the best way to tighten the calving pattern next spring on BETTER farm NI participating farms.
By Kieran Mailey on 10 August 2017
This year’s Smart Farming cost saving challenge is well underway, with farm visits now completed on 25% of the farms.
No border post Brexit - UK
The UK has said that there must be no hard border between Ireland and the UK post Brexit.
By Anthony Jordan on 16 August 2017
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: heavy rain and farm accidents
In the news today, 16 August: the HSA's annual report once again highlights agriculture's poor safety records and Glanbia details its latest fixed milk price scheme.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 August 2017
Farmers 10 times more likely to die at work than others
Workplace accident statistics worsened last year in agriculture after an improvement in 2015, the latest annual report from the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) shows.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 August 2017
First seen at Agritechnica in 2015, Arbos tractors were given their European field demo debut at a recent event in their Italian homeland. Martin Rickatson discovered more about them.
By Contributor on 10 August 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.
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: fixed milk price and UK Brexit position
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, 15 August 2017.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 August 2017
Reasonable prices and good yields in 2017 will help make growers realise the potential benefits of having winter oilseed rape in the rotation for 2018.
By Andy Doyle on 10 August 2017

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