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James Mimnagh has taken 30 new suckler calves onto the farm this week and he aims to finish the Hereford, Angus and Friesian when they reach 22 months.
By Contributor on 01 April 2015
It was a busy night for drivers collecting the last of the quota milk. Look through our gallery for photos documenting the historic event.
By Farmers Journal on 01 April 2015
David Thompson speaks to Patrick Donohoe about dairy farming in Co Tyrone, the move back to farm life and a Northern Irish view of quota abolition.
By Patrick Donohoe on 01 April 2015
A group of dairy farmers held a party in Newcastle on the Tipperary/Waterford border to celebrate the end of milk quotas.
By Farmers Journal on 01 April 2015
Dairy markets are nervous as milk quotas disappear in the European Union.
By Jack Kennedy on 01 April 2015
From pig farm managers to dairy farm operators, these are some of the agricultural jobs being advertised in Ireland and abroad.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 01 April 2015
The EU needs a new dairy policy now that milk quotas have been abolished, says Mansel Raymond, chairman of Dairy Working Group at EU farming body Copa Cogeca.
By Aidan Brennan on 01 April 2015
Confused about milk quotas? Dairy specialist Aidan Brennan explains why the end of the old regime is such significant news for Irish farmers.
By Aidan Brennan on 01 April 2015
ARAN (Animal Rights Action Network) promoted vegetarianism when they visited a school in Arklow, Co Wicklow.
By The Dealer on 01 April 2015
David Potts, the new CEO of UK food retailer Morrisons, is receiving advice from two different corners as to whether to sell the company's food manfacturing assets.
By Farmers Journal on 01 April 2015
Farmers in the US state of California have resorted to selling their water rights as California edges closer to entering the middle of its fourth year of drought.
By Farmers Journal on 01 April 2015
Against a backdrop of falling international markets, Dairygold, the country’s largest farmer-owned dairy processor, paid a leading milk price in 2014 and recorded an operating profit of €27.2m.
By Eoin Lowry on 01 April 2015
After Met Éireann put a weather warning in place yesterday, today and tomorrow look to be slightly better, with temperatures reaching as high as 14 degrees.
By Farmers Journal on 01 April 2015
Pat O'Keeffe is to leave the Irish Farmers Journal to take up the role as Head of Farmer Relations with Glanbia.
By Farmers Journal on 31 March 2015
Glanbia is to exit its joint venture with PZ Cussons in Nigeria for a cash consideration of €29m.
By Eoin Lowry on 01 April 2015

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Mike Fitzgerald gathers up his cows for evening milking at Mount Bell, Killeagh, Co. Cork.Photo: Donal O’Leary
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