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Man dies in Roscommon farm accident
The top three retailers are separated by just 1.5%, the latest supermarket share figures show.
By Farmers Journal on 22 December 2014
This week, Programme Adviser Catherine Egan examines how the satelite groups have benefited from improved grassland management, growth and utilisation in the past year.
By Nathan Tuffy on 18 December 2014
The Committee agreed to a series of recommendations in recent days on the new Investigations Division of the Department of Agriculture, which were sent to Minister Coveney for his consideration.
By Farmers Journal on 22 December 2014
With quotas disappearing next year share milking will be possible but are farmers willing to make the move? One young West Cork farmer with a limited land base is looking for a new business.
By Jack Kennedy on 18 December 2014
With Christmas a few days away, Brian Rushe* has given a fluke dose to all his cows and in-calf heifers.
By Contributor on 22 December 2014
The recently appointed Commissioner wished everyone a peaceful Christmas with his team in Brussels.
By Farmers Journal on 22 December 2014
Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney is hoping to open GLAS (green, low carbon agri-environment scheme) in February, without having official approval for it and other rural development programmes.
By Maura Fay on 22 December 2014
Suppliers of milk to Town of Monaghan may be able to obtain an advance payment from the co-op to ease any cash-flow issues, as they seek to implement changes to payment dates.
By James Campbell on 18 December 2014
New entrant dairy farmer Padraig Keane writes about the pain of losing a bidding war at an auction for 13.5 acres of land located right next to his farm.
By Padraig Keane on 18 December 2014
Heavy frost didn't stop the buyers attending and contibuting to a strong finish to end of year sales in Dowra Mart.
By Darren Carty on 18 December 2014
The regulations aimed at rebalancing relationships between different players in the grocery goods sector.
By Maura Fay on 22 December 2014
Farmers must be many things in addition to being a farmer in order to keep the wheels of farming turning smoothly and economically, writes Bruce Lett.
By Bruce Lett on 18 December 2014
This week Niall Patterson from Leitrim focuses on calving and supplementation after calving, while Des Beirne looks at bull performance on his farm since the start of the intensive finishing period.
By Nathan Tuffy on 18 December 2014
Tyrellspass native James Geoghegan is marketing and erecting Clipex Fencing, a new type of fence that replaces timber and concrete posts with galvanised steel posts eliminating the need for nails.
By Darren Carty on 18 December 2014
Milk production growth remained strong in the USA in November, driven by record high yields per cow.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 22 December 2014
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Laura Wehrly feeding the 300 freerange turkeys Ravensdale, Co. Louth. These turkeys are fed predominantly on wheat and grass and are for the Christmas market. Photo: Carol Dunne
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