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Tractor and farm machinery information from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest agricultural machinery information, news and reviews from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all developments in the agricultural machinery sector.
The first-quarter results show a dip in the performance, yet July will reveal the true health of the industry.
By James Maloney on 13 April 2017
Members of the British-based Blue Force Tractor Club are driving around these islands to celebrate 100 years of blue tractor manufacturing and raise funds for charities.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 April 2017
Busy day at Agri Careers fair for the FTMTA, as enthusiastic young people look to pursue a future in machinery industry.
By Contributor on 06 April 2017
In this week's machinery news: spraying technology, SIMA part two, the big Ford, Komatsu hybrid and PCP finance.
By James Maloney on 16 March 2017
The international family-owned company Lely plans to sell its forage business, which produces forage harvesting machines, to AGCO Corporation.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 14 March 2017
There are four main areas where GPS technology is included in the TAMS qualifying list.
By Alistair Chambers on 13 March 2017
Five penalty points and €3,000 fines for tractors with no test.
By Paul Mooney on 09 March 2017
Farmers have reacted furiously to plans from the Road Safety Authority to introduce roadworthiness tests for standard four-wheel drive tractors used for road haulage.
By Peter McCann on 09 March 2017
The phenomenon of the global brand is clear in Paris.
By James Maloney on 02 March 2017
Irish 2016 tractor market outperforms EU average and Kellys of Borris host open days.
By Contributor on 02 March 2017
Plough settings, Lemken and John Deere sales, seven-seater cars and and an award for the big Kubota Germany.
By James Maloney on 23 February 2017
Lemken, the specialist for professional tillage farming, upheld its strong market position last year in a difficult market environment and maintained sales revenue of €325m.
By James Maloney on 23 February 2017
Claas Liner 2900 RakeGood clean Claas rake26-29.5ft working widthHyd...
Selection of second hand mowers in stockAll kuhn mowers All working and...
Lely-Welger BailerRP245 XTRACUT17Very Clean BailerCannot be fau...
Deutz-Fahr Bailer 2012Fixmaster 235Very clean and fresh bailerLittle...
1.4 Diesel, immaculate condition, very economical, €6950....

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