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Department says it's on track to register 25,000 GLAS applicants
India, the world's largest milk producer, is planning to double its levels of milk production by 2027.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 05 May 2015
For the fourth successive occasion, prices have fallen at the Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction in New Zealand. The auction is run by the world’s largest dairy exporter, Fonterra.
By Patrick Donohoe on 05 May 2015
The ICMSA expects GLAS uptake to remain low among dairy farmers and says the Knowledge Transfer Scheme should be paid directly to farmers.
By Farmers Journal on 05 May 2015
Tommy Heffernan was on call this weekend when he was asked to look at a heifer who was bleeding from the nose. Suspecting it to be thrombosis, he was surprised to discover it was something else.
By Contributor on 05 May 2015
On Friday the Commercial Court dismissed a legal challenge to An Bord Pleanála's decision to grant permission to Coillte Teoranta to build eighteen wind turbines in Co Laois.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 05 May 2015
A self-professed agroforester, William Considine is glad to see increasing interest in the planting of trees on livestock and arable farms.
By William Considine on 05 May 2015
Although there will be some persistent rain across the north of the country today, the outlook is a little sunnier and drier for the rest of the week.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 05 May 2015
Iowa has declared a state of emergency as bird flu continues to spread throughout farms.
By Patrick Donohoe on 04 May 2015
The possibility of Teagasc introducing a levy on beef farmers to fund research has been strongly rejected by the IFA.
By Patrick Donohoe on 04 May 2015
The UK's only remaining major farmers cooperative, First Milk, plans to cut 70 jobs and reduce its milk price as the group puts a plans in place to improve its financial position.
By John Boylan on 04 May 2015
In his Monday Management notes, Aidan Brennan offers advice on how to deal with grass and ground conditions after heavy rain over the weekend.
By Aidan Brennan on 04 May 2015
The president of the Agricultural Consultants Association has said that while improvements have been made to the online GLAS application system some problems remain.
By Patrick Donohoe on 04 May 2015
Getting manufacturing beef into the American market is the real prize but it isn't easy to win
By Phelim O'Neill on 04 May 2015
Irish Farmers Journal editor Justin McCarthy wonders where the beef sector will be at the end of the new suckler support scheme in 2020.
By Justin McCarthy on 03 May 2015
The wet weather has caused severe disruption on farms across the country. Justin McCarthy looks at what steps farmers can take to minimise the longterm impact.
By Justin McCarthy on 02 May 2015

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