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Focus supplements

Content from the weekly Focus supplements with the Irish Farmers Journal
It was with good fortune Texel sheep were imported to Ireland, but once on the scene, they quickly established themselves. Darren Carty reports on their 40th celebrations
By Darren Carty on 10 November 2016
A well-thought-out suckler shed in Galway will take a lot of hassle out of calving and handling cows, writes Peter Varley
By Peter Varley on 27 October 2016
Peter Varley visited a new cubicle shed in Co Kilkenny that accommodates over 160 cows and is ideal for buffer feeding.
By Peter Varley on 03 November 2016
Many doubts stood over one of the biggest sales of the autumn, but clearance rates remained strong at the Limousin premier in Roscrea, with stars proving to be a necessity
By Shane Murphy on 17 May 2017
Watch: Safe Family Farms takes to schools
From bulls to tractors, the children from Ballinagar have a plan to solve farm accidents.
By James Maloney on 03 November 2016
Peter Varley visits the FRS fencing team in Ballyjamesduff to see the most common method of erecting electric fencing for cattle.
By Peter Varley on 10 November 2016
This shed was specifically designed to house pedigree bulls to ensure top performance pre-sale.
By Peter Varley on 24 November 2016
Peter Varley visits a recently completed cubicle shed on an expanding dairy farm in Athy, Co Kildare, which was built with the help of TAMS II grant aid.
By Peter Varley on 01 December 2016
The well known Twizzle family was out in front again to claim the top price from the Irish contingent of €8,270 at the recent Black & White sale in Carlisle.
By Shane Murphy on 08 December 2016
This shed was designed to cater for both young calves at rearing and older weanlings during different times of the year, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 15 December 2016
A Galway farmer had to go to great lengths to build a slatted shed because it is located beside specially protected areas, writes Peter Varley.
By Peter Varley on 05 January 2017
Focus on sheep handling: planning for greater efficiency
Preventative plans can greatly reduce health issues while focusing on grassland management can improve performance at a lower cost.
By Darren Carty on 18 May 2017
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49,000 Bales, 15 Knives, Auto Greaser, 500-65-R22.5 Low Ground Pressure Tyres. V...
Top of range. Lady owner. Never towed.Never be stuck in mud again...
NewHolland TM175Front links2005  Year Tractor5740 HoursGood cle...
Massey Ferguson 6465Dyna 62011 TractorLow hours (1000)Very clean...

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