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Young man admits setting fire to haybarn at Pallaskenry Agricultural College
The 21-year-old pleaded guilty to a single charge of arson, David Hurley reports.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
The practice at one of Connacht’s largest livestock farms ‘paints a very sad picture’, court told. Anton McNulty reports.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
Despite retailer dominance, new EU members and the EU-wide recession, Irish consumers are still paying 120% the EU average for food. Economist Ciaran Fitzgerald explains.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
Bill Brown is using more measurements to drive better decision making, writes Conail Keown.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
Food and drink exporters give their views on the effect Brexit is having and will have on their sector.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
The IFA has set out its priorities for Leo Varadkar following his election as Taoiseach.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
Preliminary injunction in the US against Arla Foods for ‘misleading’ ad campaign
A federal court in Wisconsin has granted Elanco’s motion for a nationwide preliminary injunction against Arla Foods for its “Live Unprocessed” ad campaign about hormone rbST.
By Contributor on 21 June 2017
Noah Burnett and his family run a 980-ac dairy farm on the island of Newfoundland, 178km off Canada.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
The Massey Kickhams,managed by Pat Spillane, triumphed over the McHale Shamrocks, managed by John O’Mahony, in Croke Park on 13 June.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
When the weather is good, maximum grass availability should match peak milk yields in May/June, writes vet Michael Sexton.
By Contributor on 22 June 2017
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