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Turley nominated in fresh race for Connacht IFA chair
In this week's podcast, we bring you voices from the first IFA election hustings and from the general election campaign trail, get expert views on dairy and beef markets and talk rugby and snowdrops.
By Thomas Hubert on 10 February 2016
A main focus of the new Teagasc crops BETTER farms will be precision farming and the two new farms will be launched at open days next week.
By Andy Doyle on 11 February 2016
The ongoing volatility in equity markets is being reflected in the fluctuations of global currencies.
By Lorcan Allen on 11 February 2016
With tractor sales up in January 2016, so too is the growth of the bigger tractor in the market. Michael Moroney reports.
By Michael Moroney on 11 February 2016
This week, Armagh beef and sheep farmer Owen Carragher spoke to Peter McCann about finishing cattle, factory bonus schemes and hopes for dry weather to get slurry out.
By Peter McCann on 10 February 2016
The future direction of suckler farming wil lbe discussed at an event in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim on Friday.
By Patrick Donohoe on 11 February 2016
With co-ops all due to set price in the coming days, the Ornua PPI for January 2016 has been set.
By Patrick Donohoe on 11 February 2016
A year ago Irish beef was the trailblazer for Europe, getting the first beef in since the BSE export ban two decades earlier. However, sales failed to match expectations.
By Phelim O'Neill on 11 February 2016
Pressure is mounting to allow the 2,500 farmers rejected from the second phase of GLAS back into the scheme.
By Peter Young on 11 February 2016
Outgoing Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney is under pressure to deliver payments to farmers
By Peter Young on 11 February 2016
Trend reduces cost on Department and number of farmers put under financial burden.
By Paul Mooney on 11 February 2016
The Egyptian authorities are interested in sourcing more live cattle from the EU including, possibly, Ireland.
By Paul Mooney on 11 February 2016
The calf trade has continued to be fairly steady in many areas where the numbers on offer remain reasonably small.
By Nathan Tuffy on 11 February 2016
Primary producers need protection, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin tells the IFA.
By Odile Evans on 11 February 2016
The worrying trend is we are seeing even the most efficient suckler to weanling farms operating on marginal land struggling to reach a viable gross margin.
By Justin McCarthy on 11 February 2016

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