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Farm buildings information from the Irish Farmers Journal

Information on farm building design and construction.
A Galway farmer had to go to great lengths to build a slatted shed because it is located beside specially protected areas, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 05 January 2017
There are a number of safety items covered in TAMS II. The scheme offers 40% grant aid and 60% (for young farmers) to cover the cost of certain investments. Here are some safety items covered.
By Peter Varley on 29 December 2016
This shed was designed to cater for both young calves at rearing and older weanlings during different times of the year, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 15 December 2016
Tom Ryan from Teagasc lays out the Department reference costs for a 14-unit dairy parlour, collecting yard and drafting area.
By Peter Varley on 22 December 2016
Peter Varley profiles a three-bay suckler shed in Clare ideal for suckler cows or finishing cattle.
By Peter Varley on 08 December 2016
Peter Varley visits a recently completed cubicle shed on an expanding dairy farm in Athy, Co Kildare, which was built with the help of TAMS II grant aid.
By Peter Varley on 01 December 2016
This shed was specifically designed to house pedigree bulls to ensure top performance pre-sale.
By Peter Varley on 24 November 2016
We look at how a Sligo farmer has altered his dairy shed to accommodate sucklers.
By Nathan Tuffy on 17 November 2016
With thousands of applications continuing to roll in for TAMS II and the Farm Business Investment Scheme opening in Northern Ireland, we have advice to help you make the most of the grants available.
By Peter Varley on 10 November 2016
Tom Ryan shows the Department's reference costs for a typical four-bay slatted sheep shed suitable for grant aid through TAMS II.
By Peter Varley on 10 November 2016
Peter Varley visits the FRS fencing team in Ballyjamesduff to see the most common method of erecting electric fencing for cattle.
By Peter Varley on 10 November 2016
Tom Ryan outlines the DAFM costs for a six-bay suckler shed with calf creep covered under TAMS II.
By Peter Varley on 10 November 2016
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