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Dempsey at Large: Issues facing us
The importance of silage quality was demonstrated in visual form at the Irish Farmers Journal nutrition demo at the ploughing championships.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 25 September 2016
As the closing date of the 5th October fast approaches for entries into the Competitive Start Fund (CSF), last year's winner Emer Ní Chuanigh gives some insight on how to be a successful candidate.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 20 September 2016
IFA president Joe Healy has called on the government to implement a package of measures to support farmers, particularly tillage farmers, in areas of the country hit by difficult weather conditions.
By Lorcan Allen on 25 September 2016
One of the single most valuable component parts of the animal isn’t used for the food chain at all, yet is used by virtually everyone on a daily basis in a variety of products.
By Phelim O'Neill on 25 September 2016
More mixed weather is starting to have an impact on the price of cattle at marts. Some mart managers have reported a slightly stickier trade in recent days.
By Nathan Tuffy on 25 September 2016
International entrepreneur Gunter Pauli is building an industry processing thistles in Italy. His business ventures are based on the idea that one piece of land can generate several income streams.
By Thomas Hubert on 24 September 2016
EirGrid is the state-owned company that operates and develops the national electricity grid in Ireland.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 14 September 2016
We profile the dairy farming families shortlisted for the NDC/Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards.
By Jack Kennedy on 23 September 2016
Peter Varley talked to Jim Dockery from FRS about operating a tractor safely on the farm.
By Peter Varley on 24 September 2016
With heavy rainfall accross many parts of the country this weekend, it's time to adapt grazing strategies to the reality on the (wet) ground while still making the most out of grass.
By Farmers Journal on 24 September 2016
Irish Farmers Journal dairy editor Jack Kennedy spoke to one dairy farmer at this week’s Ploughing who raised some real concerns about farm incomes and the EU’s supply control measures
By Jack Kennedy on 24 September 2016
Vaccination is an integral component of the footrot control programme for leading Texel breeder Michael McHugh.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 21 September 2016
Teagasc has published its 2025 roadmap for the Irish tillage sector and set benchmark targets for the industry.
By Lorcan Allen on 24 September 2016
Farmer writer Jane Shackleton, who runs an organic beef and sheep enterprise in Co Cavan, visits a number of organic farms in Scotland
By Jane Shackleton on 24 September 2016
Ireland west MEP Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan has said thoughts are turning more and more to a new CAP in Brussels but he insisted there must be a fairer distribution of funds.
By Patrick Donohoe on 25 September 2016
Pneumonia can be caused by certain viruses and bacteria as well as poor management and inefficient husbandry.
By Laura Roddy on 24 September 2016
On Friday last, 16 September, Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine Michael Creed launched genomic €uro-Star Indexes.
By Advertisers' Announcements on 21 September 2016
The use of manure with chemical fertiliser results in high crop yields and causes the least loss of nitrogen to the environment, according to a recent study published in the journal Nature.
By Laura Roddy on 24 September 2016
On the back of recent increases in dairy commodity prices, Synlait has increased its milk price forecast for farmer suppliers
By John Boylan on 24 September 2016

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