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Julian Hughes on his carrot harvest, our Australian competitors and a new tractor on his farm.
By Julian Hughes on 24 November 2014
Global grain markets are considered to be neutral for the year ahead, but China will continue to dominate the soya market while Russia may have less grain to export in 2015.
By Andy Doyle on 20 November 2014
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show that the Irish grocery market has grown its sales at the fastest rate since June with sales up 1.1% over the past year.
By Maura Fay on 24 November 2014
Being willing to house heavy cattle in wet weather and using light cattle to graze early and late allows Fermanagh suckler producer John Egerton to graze for up to 10 months of the year.
By Contributor on 20 November 2014
Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition is today officially opening its new production line which is the final phase in a €180m investment programme at its Irish operations in Macroom and Wexford.
By Maura Fay on 24 November 2014
NI Suckler Beef Programme: John Milligan from Castlewellan, Co Down.
By Contributor on 20 November 2014
The Minister was speaking at a conference on AMR and said he welcomed an increasing emphasis amongst farmers and vets on disease prevention and herd health planning.
By Farmers Journal on 24 November 2014
What farmers buying in dairy cows should look out for from a disease point of view.
By Journal Vet on 20 November 2014
Cork farmer Harold Kingston looks at the involvement of animal rights groups in the case of “Benjy the bull”.
By Harold Kingston on 24 November 2014
Bruce Lett gives some advice on getting loader attachments hitched on safely this winter.
By Bruce Lett on 20 November 2014
Two men are reported to have died on a Donegal farm on Friday evening.
By Farmers Journal on 22 November 2014
Darren Carty gives a snapshot analysis of the sheep kill for the year to date.
By Darren Carty on 20 November 2014
Students in WIT heard from those already in the business what options are there when they leave and how to get them.
By Farmers Journal on 24 November 2014
This week we profile two farmers in the east of the country to see what has been happening on their farms in the last few weeks.
By Nathan Tuffy on 20 November 2014
Farm organisations linked to the European Milk Board (EMB) are warning on the dairy market situation and plan to protest in Brussels on December 11.
By Farmers Journal on 21 November 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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