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Farm buildings information from the Irish Farmers Journal

Information on farm building design and construction.
This new modern dairy unit combines a dairy parlour, cubicles and drafting area all under one roof, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 13 July 2017
The Gowing family are always looking for more efficient ways of managing their 350-cow dairy farm, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 29 June 2017
A Laois farmer installed an underpass this spring and is delighted with the outcome, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 15 June 2017
GPS-control equipment, which is grant-aided through TAMS II, has the potential to benefit growers but the value must be assessed on an individual basis.
By Andy Doyle on 11 June 2017
Peter Varley finds out why using CEM III/A may help extend the concrete life in effluent tanks and silage slabs.
By Peter Varley on 05 June 2017
Seán Mullooly visits the father and son team of Michael and Conor Murphy who recently built a new cubicle shed.
By on 04 June 2017
Farm buildings should be built to last
By not taking shortcuts to save money in the short term you should be able to extend the usable life of a building which will pay dividends in the long run
By Peter Varley on 01 June 2017
The availability of grants for grain storage under the new TAMS for tillage scheme will generate an amount of interest in both new store construction and the installation of handling equipment.
By Andy Doyle on 03 June 2017
It has been almost two years since TAMS II was launched. The scheme has received 11,669 applications so far and is set to remain open until 2020.
By Peter Varley on 01 June 2017
Two milking robots were recently installed on a Waterford dairy farm to combat labour shortages. Peter Varley reports.
By Peter Varley on 18 May 2017
Peter Varley talks to Tom Ryan from Teagasc about what is required when making a planning permission application.
By Peter Varley on 04 May 2017
With the opening of the seventh tranche of TAMS II, Peter Varley looks at how the scheme is progressing.
By Peter Varley on 13 April 2017
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