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Tullamore Farm

Specialist content for beef farmers with live updates from Tullamore Farm, an Irish Farmers Journal mixed grazing demonstration farm.
Tullamore Farm commenced the 2017 breeding season on 1 May. Adam Woods details what lies behind the breeding decisions already made on the farm and what else is involved in the breeding plan.
By Adam Woods on 01 June 2017
Grass growth has remained very strong on the Tullamore Farm over the past seven days with a growth of 100kg/DM/ha/day recorded.
By Adam Woods on 02 June 2017
Grass growth has taken off in Tullamore and Ger O'Dwyer, farm manager, is taking action to avoid grazing heavy covers. Breeding is progressing with bulls turned out this week after four weeks of AI.
By Adam Woods on 23 May 2017
Adam Woods provides an update on grass growth and breeding on the Irish Farmers Journal's 180ac suckler/sheep demonstration farm in Tullamore.
By Adam Woods on 16 May 2017
Adam Woods breaks down the infrastructure costs on the Irish Farmers Journal suckler/sheep demonstration farm in Tullamore.
By Adam Woods on 11 May 2017
All investment has been aligned to driving grass production and utilisation, and allowing us run the farm at a high stocking rate with minimal labour.
By Justin McCarthy on 11 May 2017
Adam Woods details the decisions taken around breeding on the Irish Farmers Journal's new demonstration farm in Tullamore, Co Offaly.
By Adam Woods on 03 May 2017
The past few months have seen relatively strong mart sales throughout the country. From mid-February onwards the trade heated up with steer and heifer prices jumping by €50 to €60/head.
By Nathan Tuffy on 27 April 2017
"I look forward with interest to developments on this project" – Tomas Fahy, full-time suckler and sheep farmer, Portumna, Co Galway.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 April 2017
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