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James Maloney
James Maloney

Machinery editor

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01 419 9500

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jmaloney@farmersjournal.ie


James Maloney is the machinery editor with the Irish Farmers Journal. James graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2000. Before joining the Irish Farmers Journal, James has gained considerable machinery experience, and has worked as Crops and Machinery Lecturer for Teagasc at Kildalton College for that past 10 years. James also worked for the IFA and IP Europe. James also runs a tillage farm at Stradbally, Co. Laois. His interests include football and rugby.

James Maloney recently tackled a silage pit with Schaffer’s most popular seller in Ireland, the 9630T.
By James Maloney on 15 June 2017
Interest in the joint event between Teagasc and the Irish Farmers Journal has been phenomenal. Tillage farmers are keen to learn about ways to improve cultivation, and also TAMS.
By James Maloney on 25 May 2017
Kverneland is set to demonstrate the FastBale across Ireland this summer. The plan is to target contractors with the high-capacity combination.
By James Maloney on 25 May 2017
Not a name commonly associated with crew-cab trucks, James Maloney got a chance to see if the Fullback could hold its own against the opposition.
By James Maloney on 25 May 2017
Austrian manufacturer Pöttinger has set up firm roots for success in Ireland with development of its sales company in Clonmel.
By James Maloney on 11 May 2017
James Maloney got the chance to enjoy driving from another perspective, thanks to the clever California Coast from Volkswagen.
By James Maloney on 11 May 2017
From grass management to machinery, get the best out of baled silage this year.
By James Maloney on 13 May 2017
Following a £4m investment in its manufacturing infrastructure in Britain, Visquuen has introduced new silage sheets made from seven layers of extruded film.
By James Maloney on 04 May 2017
James Maloney looks at some checks to be carried out before the silage season starts.
By James Maloney on 04 May 2017
Simon Henley visits Warwickshire arable farmer Jim Reeve, who not only owns, but still uses the very first Steiger tractor imported into the UK
By James Maloney on 04 May 2017
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