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Farm buildings information from the Irish Farmers Journal

Information on farm building design and construction.
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
The sixth tranche of TAMS II is set to close for applications next Friday 7 April.
By Peter Varley on 01 April 2017
There were no shortcuts taken with this four bay slatted sheep shed in Co Roscommon, writes Peter Varley
By Peter Varley on 06 April 2017
The risk of fire in most pig units is very high and the consequences can be devastating, but practical changes can be made to reduce the risk, writes Peter Varley
By Peter Varley on 05 April 2017
Things are looking up for English-based dairy farmer Joe Collingborn, with construction completed on a new milking parlour and a milk surge from cows out at grass.
By Joe Collingborn on 20 March 2017
Cubicle shed, dairy parlour and handling unit were all put under one roof to reduce costs, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 23 March 2017
Peter Varley looks at the use of 3D design in the planning of farm buildings
By Peter Varley on 09 March 2017
This new five-bay shed was built especially for rearing calves on an expanding dairy farm, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 02 March 2017
Peter Varley visited a new 40-unit rotary parlour and collecting yard designed to reduce labour demands for a rapidly expanding herd.
By Peter Varley on 23 February 2017
A new-four bay shed on this Clare farm was built for ease of management of a 40-cow suckler herd.
By Peter Varley on 16 February 2017
Farmers who comply with schemes and incur the costs have a legitimate right to expect payment in line with agreed terms.
By Justin McCarthy on 09 February 2017
Peter Thomas Keaveney visited a new cubicle shed in Tipperary built to make management of a grass-based dairy farm more straightforward.
By Peter Keaveney on 09 February 2017
EasyFit Windbreaker™ manufactured at our premises in Clonmel Co Tipperary....
We specialize in the painting and cleaning of all types of farm buildings. A...
All types of agricultural roller doors. Grant approved....
Ace Guttering and Roofing based in Dublin has many years of experience in the ro...
Fully CE marked material, only quality leaves our gates.... If you hold a sout...

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