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Charolais top €13,000 at Christmas Cracker
Peter Varley checks out some of the useful mapping features available on a smart phone app.
By Peter Varley on 01 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
It is the time of year when characteristic signs of sheep scab and lice start to appear in greater frequency.
By Darren Carty on 01 December 2016
Top prices of £18,900 for a June 2016 heifer calf and £15,750 for a March 2016 heifer failed to spark the annual Black and White Sale into life at Borderway Mart near Carlisle on Saturday.
By Jack Kennedy on 04 December 2016
We still have some cattle out, though even with plenty of grass, weight gain is I suspect negligible.
By Matt Dempsey on 01 December 2016
Some farmers are slow to open the pit, but maybe it is better to open the pit and keep some really good-quality round bales for next spring.
By Jack Kennedy on 04 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
The Department has reminded farmers to submit all data in relation to the Beef Data and Genomics Scheme by Wednesday 7 December.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 02 December 2016
Beef cannot compete with pork and poultry on price and ways have to be found to persuade consumers that it is worth more.
By Phelim O'Neill on 04 December 2016
Peter Varley visits a recently completed cubicle shed on an expanding dairy farm in Athy, Co Kildare, which was built with the help of TAMS II grant aid.
By Peter Varley on 01 December 2016
The film, shot along the Wild Atlantic Way, profiles surfer-turned-organic farmer Fergal Smith of Moy Hill Community Garden, near Lahinch in Co Clare.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 02 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
There was another good entry of stock on offer at Saturday’s sale at Balla Mart, and a large number of farmers in attendance also to get a taste for the trade.
By Nathan Tuffy on 04 December 2016
Peter Varley talks to Barry O’Neil of FBA laboratories about the procedure for a soil sample
By Peter Varley on 01 December 2016
A man was evacuated to hospital following a suspected farm accident in Co Cork on Friday.
By Thomas Hubert on 03 December 2016
The professional body has advised that farmers hit by unexpected tax bills related to patronage shares should lodge a case with the Tax Appeals Commission, supporting Kerry co-op's recommendation
By Thomas Hubert on 03 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
James Maloney takes to Kilkenny tillage farmer Larry O’Reilly who gives his views on the latest Rauch after upgrading this year.
By James Maloney on 01 December 2016
This week's issue: time is running out for farmers entering GLAS, balance of BPS payments to start flowing today and our Agri Tech Focus supplement examines what farming will be like in 10 years time.
By Farmers Journal on 30 November 2016

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