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Today Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney announced that his department will hold a series of information meetings on CAP implementation.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) ruled that Dunnes Stores was in breach of their code for failing to respond to a complaint.
By Aisling Hussey on 02 March 2015
A delegation from the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine will be in Luxembourg tomorrow to help launch the St Patrick’s Day Festival of Irish produce.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Sky 1 has launched a search to find families from across the UK and Ireland who are passionate about farming and the countryside to take part in a new TV show.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
According to figures provided by Eblex, the latest sheep numbers from the June UK livestock survey show the flock at its highest level since 2006.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Colostrum is the first milk that the cow produces and is the most important line of defence for the calf. Bernadette Earley and Mark McGee have tips on how to manage colostrum for young calves.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Rules allowing member states to control GMO regulations in their own country were passed today by the EU Council.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Secondary school students from rural and urban areas will participate Agri Aware's Farm Walk and Talk this week.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
It's National Tree Planting Week and from replacing sub-soiling to increasing drainage, trees are of great benefit to a farm, writes William Considine.
By William Considine on 02 March 2015
Phelim O'Neill explains how the farmer position on lifetime assurance is hardening, with Ulster Farmers Union strongly opposing in statement this week.
By Phelim O'Neill on 01 March 2015
The EU Commission will vote on plans to allow farmers to pay their superlevy penalty over three years this month.
By Aisling Hussey on 02 March 2015
The worst weather in the group's history and an increase in claims due to economic growth are the main reasons for the poor performance in 2014.
By Eoin Lowry on 02 March 2015
Eirian Davies (45), nicknamed the "Cowshed Cinderella" in the UK, won £1.3m (€1.78m) from her parents after 30 years of work.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Wintry showers and icy temperatures will continue until Monday evening.
By Farmers Journal on 02 March 2015
Heifers performed very well and it was a mixed showing for bulls at the weanling sale in Carrigllen mart on Saturday.
By Patrick Donohoe on 01 March 2015
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