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Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal

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Factories hunt for cattle, computer chaos in the Department and a China beef market update.
Factories hunt for cattle, computer chaos in the Department and a China beef market update.

In this week’s Farmers Journal:

  • Farmers in the driving seat as factories hunt for cattle.
  • Computer chaos: IT woes in the Department continues to hit farmers.
  • Irish beef to China moves closer with major vet visit.
  • Will a butter shortage help dairy farmers?
  • Free 72-page Agribusiness report in association with KPMG.
  • Camera at the mart: Granard, Sixmilebridge and Ballina.

    Livestock: Ciarán Lenehan spent time in Alberta the beef heartland of Canada, recently and paid a visit to a large-scale cattle feeding operation.

    Farmer Know-how: How farmers can make their own GLAS-approved bird and bat boxes.

    Agribusiness: We report from the launch of the 2017 Agribusiness Report, published by the Irish Farmers Journal in conjunction with KPMG.

    Pedigree: Fourth championship in five years for Lisglass Simmentals.

    Focus: Sheep handling

  • Planning for greater efficiency.
  • Peak time for Sheep Welfare Scheme tasks.
  • Irish Grassland Association farm walk on John Bell's farm.
  • Shearing heading to heart of sheep country.
  • Machinery: Deutz-Fahr Land officially opened in Germany last week and we have a guided tour of the impressive factory.

    Irish Country Living:

  • Meet Bord Bia CEO Tara McCarthy, th woman charged with leading the Irish food board through one of its greatest challenges.
  • Ahead of the Leopardstown Ladies Evening in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland, Jessica Harrington and her daughters reflect on their recent winning streak.
  • In property the famous Ballymacoll Stud is set to go under the hammer.
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