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Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
The 36-month scheme will allow farmers to opt in for a maximum of 10% of their supply at a base price of 30.5c/l for the duration of the contract.
By Nathan Tuffy on 08 December 2016
Kilkenny hurling legend Lester Ryan and Tom Carrigan, winner of the Alfred Cox Founders’ Cup, explain the challenges that they face on their respective dairy enterprises
By Advertisers' Announcements on 01 December 2016
Members of the Northern Ireland Institute of Agricultural Science (NIIAS) were addressed by Dale Farm CEO Nick Whelan before Thursday’s Winter Fair in Lisburn.
By Peter McCann on 08 December 2016
Professor Jimmy Burke has been appointed as head of research and knowledge transfer at agri-services group Origin Enterprises.
By Odile Evans on 08 December 2016
Good morning. In the news today: the review of Areas of Natural Constraint will be tricky, Kerry members can expect more Revenue letters and your CCTV cameras can be turned against you.
By Thomas Hubert on 07 December 2016
The IFA has launched its campaign to protect farmers in disadvantaged areas as part of a review of the ANC.
By Patrick Donohoe on 08 December 2016
John Byrne a progressive dairy farmer from Dungarvan, Co Waterford, was kind enough to talk to us about the importance of sealing off his dairy herd and general dairy cleanliness.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 10 November 2016
Revenue officials faced tough questioning from the Oireachtas finance committee this Wednesday, but confirmed that they would issue formal tax bills to farmers with Kerry patronage shares by year end.
By Thomas Hubert on 08 December 2016
The euro-sterling exchange rate is helping to drive imports of used tractors from the UK into Ireland.
By Michael Moroney on 08 December 2016
With winter feeding well under way, the Irish Farmers Journal this week carried out price survey on beef cattle rations across the country.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 08 December 2016
Markets are speculative about whether OPEC members will uphold the terms of the production deal.
By Lorcan Allen on 08 December 2016
Since the launch of the Beef Data & Genomics Programme in 2015 there has been a lot of scrutiny of the €uro-Star Replacement Index and the types of animals which were receiving 4 and 5 star ratings.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 11 November 2016
In this week's podcast, we discuss how cameras can be used to spy on your farm, interview a graduate of the new dairy farm management course and attend the 50th anniversary of the March for Rights.
By Thomas Hubert on 07 December 2016
After strengthening to 83p = €1 on Monday morning markets have weakened to 85p on Wednesday as kill numbers stay above 35,000.
By Phelim O'Neill on 08 December 2016
Farming organisations are putting pressure on the Minister for Agriculture to increase the number of spaces available in GLAS.
By Peter Varley on 08 December 2016
Nathanael McCollum speaks to Peter McCann about breeding pedigree Holsteins, showing dairy cows and improving milk prices.
By Peter McCann on 07 December 2016
Since the launch of the BDGP in 2015, many farmers had become accustomed to €74 as being the “cut-off” figure for an animal to be four stars, across breed, on the Replacement Index.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 02 November 2016
The picture will become clearer over the coming weeks when data on tag orders is processed.
By Paul Mooney on 08 December 2016
After that, one further shipment to Turkey expected to take place in 2016.
By Paul Mooney on 08 December 2016

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