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Tongues from Irish cattle under 30 months are fetching a premium price in the Japanese market.
By Adam Woods on 24 July 2017
John O’Connell farms 34ha of what he describes as marginal land. That, however, has not stopped him growing over 11 tonnes of grass last year for his 250 breeding ewes.
By Barry Cassidy on 21 July 2017
The Department of Transport currently has no plans to change the law around wearing a helmet when driving a quad on a public road, however it could be reviewed.
By Amy Forde on 20 July 2017
Co Cork dairy farmer Niall O’Regan was awarded a 2017 Nuffield Scholarship and he has spent time recently visiting farms across the globe as part of his project.
By Contributor on 16 July 2017
Argentina's resurgence as a beef exporter has seen it become the EU's second-largest beef supplier in the first four months of this year.
By Phelim O'Neill on 15 July 2017
Co Kilkenny dairy farmer and 2017 Nuffield scholar Eamon Sheehan takes us inside a large dairy herd on America's west coast.
By Contributor on 16 July 2017
US dairy exports rise $500m in 12 months
Dairy exports drove total US dairy export value to a two-year high in May, according to US Dairy Export Council (USDEC).
By Farmers Journal on 12 July 2017
Figures from the Department of Agriculture show that 17% of herd numbers in Ireland are held by women.
By Amy Forde on 13 July 2017
While concessions on agri-food products are hailed as a major success in Europe, Japanese officials are playing down the threat of cheap food imports to local farmers.
By Thomas Hubert on 06 July 2017
The signature of a free trade agreement between the EU and Japan on Thursday opens a large agri-food market to Irish exporters. We look at what the Japanese eat – and how much they pay for it.
By Thomas Hubert on 07 July 2017
The Cork-based co-op was the subject of complaints to the Environmental Protection Agency.
By The Dealer on 06 July 2017
Falling prices for skimmed milk powder dragged the GDT index lower at this week’s event
By Lorcan Allen on 06 July 2017
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