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Vet's corner: Combating the spread of cryptosporidium
Wintry showers and icy temperatures will continue until Monday evening.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Heifers performed very well and it was a mixed showing for bulls at the weanling sale in Carrigllen mart on Saturday.
By Patrick Donohoe on 01 March 2015
Italy will appear before the European Court of Justice for failing to recover superlevy fines from farmers.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Phelim O'Neill explains how the farmer position on lifetime assurance is hardening, with Ulster Farmers Union strongly opposing in statement this week.
By Phelim O'Neill on 01 March 2015
With the weather taking a turn for the worst, Harold Kingston is having to keep on top of grazing on the farm.
By Harold Kingston on 28 February 2015
After coming under criticism for dropping its long running Farm Gate slot on Radio Ulster, the BBC has announced plans to refresh its farming coverage.
By Aisling Hussey on 27 February 2015
Some might say it's foolish to keep records, but Tommy Moyles argues it plays an important role at calving time.
By Tommy Moyles on 27 February 2015
After a long match on Sunday, all Ciarán Lenehan wanted to do was enjoy a few pints and then go home to bed. But Mother Nature had other ideas...
By Farmers Journal on 28 February 2015
An orange weather warning is in place until Sunday morning with gusts of 130 km/h expected.
By Farmers Journal on 27 February 2015
According to reports in La Figaro, the French Competition Authority will publish a decision which will likely lead to fines for a number of French yogurt manufacturers.
By John Boylan on 27 February 2015
Teagasc's Professional Diploma in Dairy Farm Management is now open for applications
By Farmers Journal on 27 February 2015
GLAS officially opened, sheepmeat could be next on menus in the USA, new rules are announced for farm partnerships and who will feed Europe in 2040?
By Farmers Journal on 27 February 2015
The impact of Ciolos cuts are fully apparent and Coveney confirms "Scottish derogation".
By Pat O'Toole on 26 February 2015
Latest figures from the CSO show that the domestic milk intake by creameries and pasteurisers was approximately 112.3 million litres in January.
By Aisling Hussey on 27 February 2015
A farmer from Galway had four tonnes of fertilizer and a trailer robbed from his farm on Wednesday night.
By The Dealer on 27 February 2015
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George O’Callaghan driving out the calves at the Castleisland Mart calf sale.Picture: Valerie O’Sullivan
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