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Letters to the Editor

The Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing the most up to date and informative farming news in Ireland. In our letters to the Editor section we ask to hear from you.
"The best time of year to treat Japanese knotweed is in autumn initially" – Dr Amanda Greer, Environmental Project Manager, Envirico, Bonnettstown, Co Kilkenny.
By Letters to the Editor on 17 August 2017
"Every dairy farmer should read the article and understand the opportunity that will deliver €150 extra per cow" – Walter Power, by email.
By Letters to the Editor on 17 August 2017
"It amazes me that farmers will try and shave the last cent at farm level and accept an industry that is top heavy with well-paid chief executives" – dairy farmer, name with the editor.
By Letters to the Editor on 17 August 2017
"It can be too easy to fall victim to the market due to market constraints and lack of choice," – R Dunne, by email.
By Letters to the Editor on 10 August 2017
"I was tempted to check the map to see if Co Clare was actually on the island of Ireland, such were the problems experienced by people in other parts of the country," – Richard Romer, Co Clare
By Letters to the Editor on 10 August 2017
"We need to stand our ground and get a good deal for Ireland on Brexit," – Christy Kelly, Templeglantine, Co Limerick.
By Letters to the Editor on 10 August 2017
"Why is it the intention of the Tullamore Farm to sell all the replacements in a special breeding sale next spring?" – William Lynn, Emper, Ballynacargy, Co Westmeath.
By Letters to the Editor on 03 August 2017
"If a couple of points can be taken from a meeting and make a farmer think about what he or she is doing at home, it is well worthwhile," – John McDonald, Mong, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny.
By Letters to the Editor on 03 August 2017
The director of IBEC, Danny McCoy, responds to Colm McCarthy on investment.
By Letters to the Editor on 03 August 2017
Following on from Jane Shackleton article ‘A Farmer Writes’ Farmers Journal 17th June 2017 – Marian Dalton, Carlow IFA.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 July 2017
Farm safety should be an ongoing process with more relevant signage placed around the farm – Christy Kelly, Templeglantine, Co Limerick.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 July 2017
Farm safety is not taken into account in photos submitted for competition – Kay Langan, Cong, Co Mayo.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 July 2017
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