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Irish dairy farmers are on course to produce an extra billion litres of milk this year, details of the Irish Farmers Journal’s new suckler and sheep demo farm, plus don’t miss our Tillage TAMS focus.
Irish dairy farmers are on course to produce an extra billion litres of milk this year, details of the Irish Farmers Journal’s new suckler and sheep demo farm, plus don’t miss our Tillage TAMS focus.

Machinery pull-out: TFM is embracing the challenge of improving efficiency on Irish farms by using computer programs developed by John Deere exclusively for farming.

Pedigree pull-out: Shane Murphy speaks to Leo McEnroe about his Lisduff Angus herd, which has its annual bull sale next week.

Agribusiness: Driven by strong performance across all divisions, profits at west Cork-based Carbery Group increased by 6% to €27.1m, writes Eoin Lowry.

Livestock: Tullamore Farm Ltd is an exciting new demonstration farm being set up close to Tullamore, Co Offaly. Beef editor Adam Woods explains what will happen on the farm and why. To find out more about the Tullamore Farm CLICK HERE.

Martwatch: Coverage on trade at Dowra, Macroom and Donegal marts.

Focus supplement on TAMS II Tillage: Peter Varley outlines some of the more frequently asked questions on the TAMS II Tillage Capital Investment Scheme.

Property: With the option to purchase up to 200 acres, Aghade Lodge, Tullow has many of the hallmarks of a fine country estate.

Irish Country Living: We chat to designer Chupi Sweetman about taking inspiration from nature in her latest jewellery collection.

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