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Monday
Farming Weather
Medium rain showers
9°C
1°C
6am - 6pm: 2.00mm
6pm - 6am: 0.00mm


Tuesday
Farming Weather
Medium rain showers
10°C
4°C
6am - 6pm: 1.40mm
6pm - 6am: 2.90mm


Wednesday
Farming Weather
Drizzle
11°C
4°C
6am - 6pm: 0.90mm
6pm - 6am: 0.70mm


Thursday
Farming Weather
Medium rain showers
11°C
0°C
6am - 6pm: 1.50mm
6pm - 6am: 0.00mm


Close Weather
Temperatures to dip over the next few days
Pre-nuptial agreements will always need to provide for the family in order to be recognised by courts, according to a solicitor who was interviewed on Newstalk this Monday.
By Aisling Hussey on 27 April 2015
It was back to Ballyhaise for our intrepid reporter Patrick Donohoe as he continues his quest for the Green Cert.
By Patrick Donohoe on 27 April 2015
Payments from the new Beef Data and Genomics Programme (BDGP) will be paid on a per hectare basis for each qualifying cow in participating suckler herds.
By Justin McCarthy on 26 April 2015
The Irish Farmers Journal can exclusively reveal some of the key components of the terms and conditions in the new suckler cow support scheme, due to be launched soon.
By Justin McCarthy on 25 April 2015
Tommy Moyles wonders how Irish farmers can keep farming relevant in the years ahead.
By Tommy Moyles on 26 April 2015
The weather has been good and bad for Harold Kingston this April. An early growth spurt has reduced in recent times with a close eye now on the covers.
By Harold Kingston on 26 April 2015
After a long winter, Trevor Boland got the last of stock out to grass this week.
By Trevor Boland on 25 April 2015
With grass supplies variable, creep feeding represents an opportunity for some farmers. We examine creep feeding and answer your questions.
By Darren Carty on 27 April 2015
This week saw an easing of land eligibility rules, a report on weaker supply turning dairy markets, Tesco facing the reality of lower margins and commonage farmers being less likely to apply to GLAS.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 24 April 2015
After convictions in the UK and Holland there have been 26 arrests recently following an investigation into the horsemeat scandal which involved seven EU countries.
By Phelim O'Neill on 27 April 2015
This stunning footage of tillage work was captured in Kerry earlier this week.
By Aisling Hussey on 24 April 2015
UK consumers bought more beef in the first quarter of the year, but sales of lamb are still falling.
By Phelim O'Neill on 27 April 2015
Spring lamb prices have taken a hit in the past week with prices dipping by as much as 50c/kg for factory lambs.
By Peter Varley on 23 April 2015
Although temperatures will drop significantly over the next few days comparable to what we have been experiencing over the past week, Met Éireann says that hail and sleet is more likely than snow.
By Farmers Journal on 24 April 2015
Ciarán and Sarah Tully moved to New Zealand from Manchester in the UK to start farming. They recently spoke to us about the share milking concept and why it could work in Ireland.
By Aisling Hussey on 24 April 2015

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A two day old charolais calf enjoying the recent fine weather on Thomas Moylan’s farm in Ballycorrick, Co.Clare.
Photo: John Moylan

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