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European Commission approves €500,000 funding for Bord Bia
Ornua (formerly the Irish Dairy Board) has seen its profits grow 23% on the back of strong revenue growth.
By Eoin Lowry on 21 April 2015
Vet Tommy Heffernan has some advice for breeding heifers.
By Contributor on 21 April 2015
Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture Tom Hayes has announced the opening of the new Organic Farming Scheme which offers significantly increased rates of aid to organic farmers.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 21 April 2015
Giorgio Pellegrini, one of Milan`s top butchers, recently launched his innovative teaching programme for beef lovers using Bord Bia quality assured Irish beef.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 21 April 2015
Boortmalt's second hedging option is occuring this week, with farmers able to fix a proportion of their grain.
By Pat O'Toole on 21 April 2015
A group from the Agricultural Science Association visited the Kepak feedlot near Clonee on Thursday.
By Nathan Tuffy on 20 April 2015
Vet and AI inseminator Jimmy Quinn explains what farmers can do to improve the fertility of their cows.
By Farmers Journal on 20 April 2015
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine will hear from members of the IFA vegetables growers' committee on Tuesday.
By Farmers Journal on 21 April 2015
The proposed ban on adverts promoting infant formula may impact dairy trends in China.
By Aisling Hussey on 20 April 2015
Exceptionally warm, sunny and dry weather is driving growth rates on many farms up towards 80kg and 90kg per day and in some cases over 100kg/day.
By Aidan Brennan on 20 April 2015
While beef supplies coming from Ireland and Britain are expected to be down this year, overall a small increase is expected from the EU as a whole.
By Aisling Hussey on 20 April 2015
Teagasc has the following advice for increasing submission rates at the start of breeding.
By Farmers Journal on 20 April 2015
Part-time suckler, beef and dairy farmer James Mimnagh is making the most of the good weather by spreading fertilizer now that he has accurate soil analysis results.
By Contributor on 18 April 2015
Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary held his annual Gigginstown House Production Sale of bulls and females in Mullingar last Saturday. Shane Murphy reports.
By Farmers Journal on 20 April 2015
The number of beef-bred calves registered in first quarter up over 10,000 on last year. Our Markets Specialist Phelim O'Neill examines what this means.
By Phelim O'Neill on 19 April 2015

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A two day old charolais calf enjoying the recent fine weather on Thomas Moylan’s farm in Ballycorrick, Co.Clare.
Photo: John Moylan

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