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This week's issue: time is running out for farmers entering GLAS, balance of BPS payments to start flowing today and our Agri Tech Focus supplement examines what farming will be like in 10 years time.
This week's issue: time is running out for farmers entering GLAS, balance of BPS payments to start flowing today and our Agri Tech Focus supplement examines what farming will be like in 10 years time.

Machinery pull-out: John Deere say its the voice of the customer that influenced the design of the new fixed-chamber round baler, James Maloney reports.

Pedigree pull-out: No shortage of quality as 470 cattle fill Carrick-on-Shannon for the Midland and Western Livestock Improvement Society’s 12th annual winter fair.

Agribusiness: 20 minutes with Brian Eivers, sales director at Golden Irish Eggs.

Livestock: Uruguay has become an important player in world beef exports, Adam Woods looks at some of the key reasons.

Martwatch: Our camera at the mart reports on trade at Portumna, Kanturk and Tullamore marts.

Farm buildings: 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.

Focus: Agri-tech.

Property: We take a look at the enormous ramifications of Brexit and a 117-acre residential farm at Mullaghroe, Slane, Co Meath, sold at auction for €1.17m.

Irish Country Living: From 800 to 380,000 hens – we meet Cork Business Woman of the Year, Margaret Kelleher of Riverview Eggs.

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