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Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal

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Second hand tractor sales surge as farmers cash in on weak sterling, IFA and factories to face off on beef prices and hard Brexit to cost farmers €3,000.
Second hand tractor sales surge as farmers cash in on weak sterling, IFA and factories to face off on beef prices and hard Brexit to cost farmers €3,000.

Focus supplement on Milking Parlours: The milking parlour is probably the biggest investment on any size dairy farm.

Machinery: Michael Collins gives an overview of the standards all trailers must meet under Irish road traffic regulations.

Pedigree: Philip Byrne had a first premier sale to remember when he secured the top price of €11,000 for his Suffolk ram.

Agribusiness: Restructuring, stable policy volumes and increasing pricing provide further evidence of recovery in the business, but FBD boss warns insurance may rise for farmers.

Livestock: Ciarán Lenehan caught up with Laois BETTER farmer Harry Lalor this week and Adam Woods takes a look back over the past month on Tullamore farm.

Martwatch: Coverage of trade at Dowra, Baltinglass and Blessington.

Farm Buildings: In Farm businesses as in every other business, poorly planned capital investment will adversely impact profitability, cautions IFAC’s Philip O’Connor.

Property: Hallowberry Lodge in Co. Wicklow offers a magnificent opportunity for equestrian aficionados.

Irish Country Living: Bertram Allen speaks to Michael Slavin about life at the top of the world’s show jumping circuit ahead of the Dublin Horse Show.

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