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Factory lockdown as IFA to blockade next week
Heavy rain is starting to have an effect on cleaning out paddocks especially in the west where rainfall amounts have been heavy at times.
By Peter Varley on 23 October 2014
Increased demand as farmers get SPS payments coupled with increased supply due to weather has resulted in a steady trade at marts across the country.
By Nathan Tuffy on 23 October 2014
The volume of cattle which has been exported to Northern Ireland from the Republic has been increasing. There has also been an increase in the volume of beef exported from Ireland to Britain.
By Kieran Mailey on 23 October 2014
Eddie Downey said the plan must be similar to Food Harvest 2020 for the agri-food sector.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
The Department continues to process advanced payments as money flows into farmers accounts.
By Peter Young on 23 October 2014
The ICSA said testing for the disease has been a huge cost to farmers and has interferred with the mart trade.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
With the national kill down 6,000 on the previous week, factories are having to compete harder for lambs as supplies tighten. Prices increased to €4.80/kg to €4.85/kg as a direct result.
By Kieran Mailey on 23 October 2014
The conference will look at research into dairy herd health and speakers will give tips on keeping dairy herds healthy.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
Family farming was the focus of this year's conference, writes Aisling Hussey
By Aisling Hussey on 23 October 2014
Conacre is in the cross hairs of the agri tax reviews. We look at the the benefits of getting out of the conacre trap and into long-term leasing.
By Peter Young on 23 October 2014
The six-part series Feirm starts tonight and will look at innovation in all farming sectors.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
Agriculture Ministers on both sides of the border are continuing talks on the potential need for an all-Ireland beef label.
By David Wright on 23 October 2014
Don't forget your suit shoes for the banquet and start practising those chat-up lines.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
With over half the 2014 potato harvest already completed, yield and quality are good but prices are depressed by big supplies across Europe.
By Andy Doyle on 23 October 2014
Macra conference to look at reconciling food production while tackling climate change.
By Pat O'Toole on 23 October 2014
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Declan Smyth harvesting a 70 acre crop of “Justina” maize for Neville Rickey, Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh at Reaghstown, Co.Louth. Photo: John Caffrey
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