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Farmer writes: Planning isn't lucky
After an exceptionally strong first half, Irish dairy farmers are facing a potentially massive superlevy bill for the final milk quota year.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 17 October 2014
Ireland has imported over 13,000t of beef so far in 2014 with the majority coming from Britain and Northern Ireland.
By Patrick Donohoe on 16 October 2014
Niall Browne, MD of Dawn Meats talks to Patrick Donohoe about the crisis in the beef sector, how farming needs to be profitable and the way forward from here.
By Patrick Donohoe on 16 October 2014
Machinery group Kuhn has announces changes to its Irish distribution arrangements.
By Michael Moroney on 16 October 2014
The ICSA wants to ensure that farmers who want to enter GLAS in good faith and who are prepared to do what is required are facilitated.
By Farmers Journal on 17 October 2014
Lower prices in international and regional dairy markets are expected for the next 12 months, according to Rabobank's latest Dairy Quarterly report.
By Farmers Journal on 17 October 2014
A company run by Brett Brothers has announced a new €3m investment at its pig processing facility in Tipperary.
By Patrick Donohoe on 16 October 2014
Chairman of the National Dairy Committee Sean O’Leary said returns for the month of September did not warrant the massive 2 to 3c/l price cuts implemented by some co-ops.
By Farmers Journal on 17 October 2014
As dairy output becomes constrained due to environmental measures, the New Zealand beef and sheep sectors may be set to grow.
By Eoin Lowry on 16 October 2014
A status yellow rainfall warning is in place for southern and western coastal counties, with up to 90mm rain expected to fall over the weekend.
By Farmers Journal on 17 October 2014
Eight cattle worth more than €11,000 have been stolen from a farm in Co Louth in the past week.
By Patrick Donohoe on 16 October 2014
Last night RTÉ’s Prime Time programme featured a report by Fran McNulty on livestock theft.
By Maura Fay on 17 October 2014
2013 breaches of nitrates stocking rates confirmed, farmers are warned to check their 2014 profiles.
By Pat O'Toole on 16 October 2014
Companies and organisations representing the Irish agri-food sector will exhibit at SIAL in Paris, France this weekend.
By Farmers Journal on 17 October 2014
Blow for Hogan as Commission takes superlevy funds to counter Ebola virus.
By Pat O'Toole on 16 October 2014
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Sheep farmer Moss Murphy, Cilliruith, Mount Eagle, Ceann Tra, West Dingle, and his dog Glen are guiding sheep down from Mount Eagle. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan
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