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Minister opens state of the art Glanbia oats mill
The latest CSO figures show that milk intake was up for creameries and pasteurisers compared with September 2013.
By Farmers Journal on 31 October 2014
Alo Mohan is a poultry and beef farmer producing over 1m birds per year who spoke at the 2014 Nuffield Ireland conference today.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 31 October 2014
Eirgrid highlight that they constantly review future energy requirement projections, and adjust their own infrastructural development plans accordingly.
By Pat O'Toole on 31 October 2014
The Department of Agriculture is reminding horse owners to take preventative measures to avoid Equine Atypical Myopathy.
By Farmers Journal on 31 October 2014
Over 70 farmers took part in the competition, sponsored by Bord Bia as part of the Macra na Feirme Annual Conference in Co Laois.
By Farmers Journal on 31 October 2014
Heavy rain will affect all parts of the country today as it gradually spreads across the country throughout this afternoon and evening.
By Farmers Journal on 30 October 2014
After killing eight more heavy cattle in Scotland, the facts suggest there is a margin of at least £100 per head, argues Derek Robinson.
By Derek Robinson on 30 October 2014
Paul Mooney responds to a reader’s question on how the ground under and around gateways and water troughs can be restored.*
By Paul Mooney on 30 October 2014
Minister Coveney confirmed at yesterday's meeting that he will convene another meeting of the Beef Forum on 12 November and in the interim, he expects significant progress to be made.
By Farmers Journal on 30 October 2014
The IFA are calling on plans to be reviewed and called on Energy Minister Alex White to publish a clear national energy plan.
By Farmers Journal on 31 October 2014
As we come into the winter months, William Considine reminds us that we can all get stuck in a rut.
By Farmers Journal on 30 October 2014
ICSA president Patrick Kent said there is "no justification" for continuing with these restrictions which are "not necessary for the marketing of Irish beef".
By Farmers Journal on 30 October 2014
The increase for the first eight months of 2014 is a result of an increase in milk deliveries across the UK.
By Farmers Journal on 30 October 2014
Meat factories and the IFA remain at loggerheads after this week's 24 hour beef factory blockade.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 30 October 2014
Tight supplies of lambs and growing processor demand have been key factors in increasing lamb prices by 10c/kg to 20c/kg to reach a general price of €4.80/kg to €4.90/kg this week.
By Kieran Mailey on 30 October 2014
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Farmers keep warm in preparation for a long night at the Dunbia plant in Slane, Co. Meath during the nationwide IFA 24 hour beef price protest. Photo: Barry Cronin
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