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Dairy management: Grass growth up and silage being cut
An informal meeting will take place in Riga from 31 May to 2 June over the reform of organic farming rules.
By Aisling Hussey on 25 May 2015
The Department of Agriculture advises all farmers to apply, see what it means for their herd and then make their final decision.
By Darren Carty on 25 May 2015
It is believed Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly wants to increase the set-back between wind turbines and homes.
By Aisling Hussey on 25 May 2015
Temperatures will remain in the low to mid-teens throughout the week, according to Met Éireann.
By Farmers Journal on 25 May 2015
An Israeli scientist has harnessed the power of pulsed electric fields to kill Listeria monocytogenes bacteria in milk.
By John Boylan on 25 May 2015
Retailers cutting fertilizer quotes to move fertilizer stocks.
By Peter Young on 21 May 2015
Farmers in the delta of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers of California have agreed to cut their water usage by 25%, bringing it into line with the current allowance in urban areas.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 25 May 2015
Despite having access to contract cattle, factories have become a lot more anxious for stock over the weekend.
By Farmers Journal on 24 May 2015
Between a herd test and the first silage cut, it was a hectic week for Harold Kingston.
By Harold Kingston on 24 May 2015
UCD student Susan Dudley continued her college work placement with the specialist beef producer Irish Hereford Prime.
By Farmers Journal on 25 May 2015
The 2015 Agribusiness Report, published by the Irish Farmers Journal in conjunction with KPMG, was launched in the RDS on Tuesday morning this week.
By Lorcan Allen on 21 May 2015
The Dealer understands that a number of new appointments to the board of Bord Bia are expected to be announced in the coming days.
By The Dealer on 24 May 2015
A PETA abuse complaint was lodged against a farmer from Australia because bad langauge was used in front of his animals.
By Farmers Journal on 25 May 2015
A two-year-old boy has died after an accident on an equestrian centre in Goleen, West Cork.
By Farmers Journal on 23 May 2015
Tommy Moyles wonders how the Beef Data and Genomics Programme (BDGP) and GLAS will influence farming in the future.
By Tommy Moyles on 24 May 2015

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David Gleasure is all geared up to mix a tank of Cycocel to spray his spring oats at a rate of one pint per acre at at Knocknanan, Belgooly, Co. Cork.Photo: Donal O’ Leary
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