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Triplet calves born on Kerry farm
EU milk collection increased by 2.5% in November 2014 compared to the same month in 2013.
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) is investigating the death of a farmer following an accident in Kerry.
By Farmers Journal on 29 January 2015
Use #IFJFarm in your tweets and have yours included next week.
By Farmers Journal on 30 January 2015
Competition between farmers for land available to rent is having a direct effect on prices with over €300/acre quoted in some parts of the country.
By Lorcan Allen on 29 January 2015
Dry weather has forced New Zealand dairy proccessor Fonterra to cut its milk production forecast for the season by 3%.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 29 January 2015
The battle for Arrabawn milk suppliers has heated up with one group wanting to go to Dairygold and the other to Glanbia.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 29 January 2015
Despite the ban coming under harsh criticism, there are no plans to change the new rule.
By Aisling Hussey on 29 January 2015
In his latest update, Brian Rushe writes about calving and avoiding a superlevy bill by milking once a day.
By Contributor on 29 January 2015
The Teagasc National Tillage Conference heard that the key to profitability in the sector is exploiting the high yield potential.
By Farmers Journal on 29 January 2015
According to Rabobank, the recent dramatic drop in oil prices will have implications for the global food supply chain, especially in the area of prices.
By Farmers Journal on 29 January 2015
The CEO of the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) said that farmers are more likely to die in a work accidents, with dairy farmers particularly at risk.
By Aisling Hussey on 30 January 2015
Some 300 young farmers gathered in Mallow, Co Cork, on Wednesday night to learn more on the benefits of the National Reserve and the Young Farmer Scheme.
By Farmers Journal on 29 January 2015
Kilsunny Herd has been keeping up updated on calving season through their social media channels and in one of their latest updates they have recorded a cow giving birth to twin calves.
By Farmers Journal on 29 January 2015
Following some recent rumours, grain traders in Ukraine signed an agreement earlier this week to limit exports of wheat.
By Andy Doyle on 28 January 2015
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Tom Kearney of Tom Harte Dairy Services, Whites Cross, Co Cork installing a new 20 unit De Laval parlour for Sylvester McAuliffe, Castlelyons, Co Cork. Photo: Donal O’Leary
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