Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
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.
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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