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In Pictures: 'Belties' 30 hour journey from Scotland to Cape Clear
From Scotland to one of the southernmost parts of Ireland, the journey of the Belted Galloway heifers to the Voarino family farm took 30 hours.
By Anthony Jordan on 28 June 2017
Farming groups have their say at National Economic Dialogue
Both the IFA and the ICMSA made presentations at today’s National Economic Dialogue, with Brexit and economic sustainability on the agenda for both organisations.
By Amy Forde on 28 June 2017
Cows remain in strong demand at plants which have active customers for this product.
By Paul Mooney on 29 June 2017
ICMSA President John Comer said that ending the use of splash plates would present an insurmountable problem for many small family farms in rural Ireland.
By Amy Forde on 29 June 2017
Factory agents are commenting that it is difficult to gauge supplies with a lot of lambs drafted at lighter weights.
By Peter Varley on 29 June 2017
The Oireachtas Committee is to question Aidan O’Driscoll, secretary general of the Department of Agriculture, and the Appeals Office, about the farmer’s concerns.
By Amy Forde on 29 June 2017
Dairy farmers are producing more milk and with higher prices milk sales are up for June, writes Jack Kennedy.
By Jack Kennedy on 29 June 2017
The European Union has rejected more consignments of Brazilian poultry than it has of beef.
By Amy Forde on 29 June 2017
Competition body must guarantee there will be full competition for farmers' cattle and sheep, Joe Healy warns.
By Paul Mooney on 29 June 2017
NI prime cattle kill falls by 500 head, sheep shearing and cows sell for £2,120, obituaries.
By Kieran Mailey on 29 June 2017
Kepak has announced that it has received US Department of Agriculture (USDA) approval.
By Amy Forde on 29 June 2017
Under the Low Input Permanent Pasture Action in GLAS, parcels cannot be topped between 15 March and 1 July annually.
By Amy Forde on 29 June 2017
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