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Farmer writes: Battling the keyboard warriors
Greening as an aspect of the CAP applies to all farmers and the introduction of crops could trigger an obligation that is best assessed through online application.
By Andy Doyle on 31 January 2015
Though it may seem simple, naval care is of upmost importance when it comes to calf health, writes vet Tommy Heffernan.
By Contributor on 31 January 2015
Having gotten off to a strong start, store cattle and weanling prices are now at 2013 and 2012 levels once again. However with numbers increasing, prices have started to show signs of steadying.
By Nathan Tuffy on 29 January 2015
Sick of rolling the dice in the mart, Tommy Moyles has settled on the under 16-month bull option.
By Tommy Moyles on 01 February 2015
Speaking at the Teagasc National Tillage Conference last Thursday, Paud Evans from the Department of Agriculture thanked tillage farmers for their interactions during the development of the new rules.
By Andy Doyle on 30 January 2015
Milk intake in December was down by 17.1% compared to the previous year, as farmers attempt to curb supplies to avoid superlevy bill.
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
There is huge farmer interest in the National Reserve and Young Farmer top-up.
By Peter Young on 29 January 2015
Here’s an idea for patriotic sheep farmers in Ireland ahead of St Patrick’s Day. Why not create a resemblance to the national flag made up entirely of sheep?
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
McDonalds, serving 69 million customers every day, has a new boss as it aims to turn the golden arches around.
By Eoin Lowry on 30 January 2015
The weekend will remain cold with wintry showers, while more sleet and snow is expected early next week.
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
And so it begins! Tom Dinneen is happy to report that #calving15 is off to a great start on his farm in Cork.
By on 30 January 2015
The 6,300 farmers who applied to the scheme are awaiting approval to invest in safety equipment.
By Paul Mooney on 29 January 2015
Statements are available for all farmers registered with
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
New statistics from the IFA show that 300 to 400 dog attacks take place per annum with an average of 11 sheep killed or injured in each attack.
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
The battle for Arrabawn milk suppliers has heated up with one group wanting to go to Dairygold and the other to Glanbia.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 29 January 2015
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Tom Kearney of Tom Harte Dairy Services, Whites Cross, Co Cork installing a new 20 unit De Laval parlour for Sylvester McAuliffe, Castlelyons, Co Cork. Photo: Donal O’Leary
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