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Strong start but more subdued finish to land market
Irish Farmers Journal dairy editor compiles the milk supply round up from the processors.
By Jack Kennedy on 28 May 2015
A Red C poll commissioned by European Movement Ireland shows the vast majority of Irish farmers support EU membership.
By Farmers Journal on 29 May 2015
Abbott Laboratories, which has nutritional and pharmaceutical manufacturing plants in Ireland, is launching a non-GMO version of its popular Similac Advance infant formula in the US.
By John Boylan on 29 May 2015
The Irish National Sheepdog Trials will take place on the farm of Ken Whiteford in Johnstown, Co Kilkenny, from 13-15 August.
By Farmers Journal on 29 May 2015
Irish farmer Philip Feeney writes from his partnership farm in England, where he is hoping to clear his mind of TB worries to focus on feeding and breeding.
By Contributor on 28 May 2015
While the International Trade committee of the EU Parliament considers TTIP, developments in the US could fast track the process on the other side of the Atlantic.
By Phelim O'Neill on 28 May 2015
In a bid to attract more farmers into the suckler scheme, the Department of Agriculture has extended the deadline for applications.
By Patrick Donohoe on 28 May 2015
Retailers saw a slight increase in demand this week as farmers moved to get out fertiliser after cutting silage.
By Peter Young on 28 May 2015
The Department of Agriculture is holding back its online application system for the TAMS II Young Farmers Scheme.
By Paul Mooney on 28 May 2015
Silage has become the main focus for a lot of farmers throughout the country over the past week.
By Farmers Journal on 28 May 2015
The Dutch-based co-op has again slashed its guaranteed milk price for June, citing lower demand for dairy products.
By Farmers Journal on 28 May 2015
Patrick Donohoe looks at the main markets for the live export of our cattle.
By Patrick Donohoe on 28 May 2015
Nestlé is spending $7 million (€6.1million) to recycle wastewater at its Carnation evaporated milk plant in California.
By John Boylan on 28 May 2015
A referendum on UK membership of the European Union will take place before the end of 2017.
By Aisling Hussey on 28 May 2015
Ahead of Friday's deadline for BPS and BDGP applications, we round up experts for last minute advice - and we hear from the farmer facing €144,000 in tax to transfer his co-op shares to his children.
By Thomas Hubert on 27 May 2015

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Joe Boylan, Oldcastle, cleaning his shears after shearing a sheep at the workshop run by Farm Business Skillnets.Picture: Ramona Farrelly
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