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Anthony Jordan
Anthony Jordan

Irish Farmers Journal

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A 42-woman strong silage crew mowed, raked and drew 30ac of silage on Saturday in aid of the Alzheimer's Society.
By Anthony Jordan on 19 August 2017
World record attempt by female silage crew on Saturday
A 42 all-female silage crew will attempt to set the new Guinness world record in Lismore in Co Waterford on Saturday.
By Anthony Jordan on 18 August 2017
Mixed reactions from farm groups on Glanbia's fixed milk price scheme
There has been mixed reaction from farm organisations to Glanbia's new fixed milk price scheme.
By Anthony Jordan on 18 August 2017
Ideally Britain will stay in customs union post Brexit - LacPatrick chief
Gabriel D'Arcy has emphasised the importance of keeping the new arrangement of the border similar to that of today post Brexit.
By Anthony Jordan on 18 August 2017
Bogus inspectors target livestock transporters
Authorities in Northern Ireland fear livestock transporters could be tricked by bogus inspections.
By Anthony Jordan on 18 August 2017
Dairy farmers tell the Irish Farmers Journal what they think about the new fixed milk price scheme on offer from Glanbia.
By Anthony Jordan on 18 August 2017
Weather warning for west
Met Éireann has issued a status yellow weather warning for counties in the west.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 August 2017
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: 6,000 weanlings sail for Turkey
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, 17 August.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 August 2017
 Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: Japanese knotweed and KT deadline
In the news today, 18 August: 6,000 weanlings sail for Turkey in the next week and dairy farmers lead farm investment this year.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 August 2017
EU butter prices up by more than 4% over a fortnight
Butter prices have risen by 4.2% over the past two weeks.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 August 2017
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