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Information on calf rearing from the Irish Farmers Journal

The Irish Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing up to the minute informative dairy farming news and information for breeding and advice for a healthy young dairy stock.
All dairy farmers will see an increase in the price for September milk, but farm organisations are demanding more from co-ops.
By Patrick Donohoe on 20 October 2016
Prices are up by approximately 1p/l on August prices.
By Tom Morrow on 20 October 2016
A new fixed-price milk scheme has been offered to NI suppliers by LacPatrick Co-op.
By David Wright on 20 October 2016
Farmers in the east have had fine weather, but there was heavy rain in the west at the weekend.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 20 October 2016
NDC/Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards finalist Sean Moher had a career established off-farm but came back home farming when he inherited his parents’ dairy farm near Mitchelstown, Co Cork.
By Jack Kennedy on 23 September 2016
NDC/Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards finalists Nicky and Philip Thornton are farming in a family partnership structure near Cashel, Co Tipperary, producing spring milk for Centenary Thurles Co-op.
By Jack Kennedy on 23 September 2016
Aidan Brennan previews this Wednesday's open day on the farm of the Heifer Rearer of the Year award winner.
By Aidan Brennan on 01 September 2016
With grants being provided to farmers under TAMS II for cattle handling equipment, Peter Varley and Morgan Carty looks at the different head scoops available on the market, their features and price.
By on 01 September 2016
As part of the livestock demonstrations on the Irish Farmers Journal stand at the recent Tullamore show, dairy specialist Aidan Brennan examined three female dairy calves.
By Thomas Hubert on 20 August 2016
It's important that farm grass supply is building at this point. Use good growth conditions to spread nitrogen and work on P and K levels when response will be good.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 18 August 2016
Straw revolution could be on the way with the arrival of the new Krone Premos mobile, in-field pelleting machine, that has the potential to change the way we value and handle straw in Ireland.
By Michael Moroney on 11 August 2016
It's time to take out the bulls and get surplus paddocks cut and back growing, writes Aidan Brennan.
By Aidan Brennan on 25 July 2016
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