Sign in to your account
Forgot / Reset Password? Click here
Not registered with Farmers Journal? Register now to read 10 Journal+ articles for FREE
Just one final step...
You must confirm your email address by clicking on the link we’ve sent to your email address.
You are only one short step away from reading...
Register now to read ten Journal+ articles
for free per month.
Only takes a second!
Already registered with Farmers Journal? Sign in
By registering an account you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
Farming Classifieds
Search Farming Archive
Farming Weather
Scattered clouds
6am - 6pm: 0.00mm
6pm - 6am: 8.70mm

Farming Weather
Light rain
6am - 6pm: 2.50mm
6pm - 6am: 0.00mm

Farming Weather
Medium rain showers
6am - 6pm: 2.10mm
6pm - 6am: 0.00mm

Farming Weather
Sun with light cloud
6am - 6pm: 0.00mm
6pm - 6am: 0.10mm

Close Weather
Monday Management: Heavy rain a problem for all farmers
Iowa has declared a state of emergency as bird flu continues to spread throughout farms.
By Patrick Donohoe 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
Ronan Delany from Meath writes about an impending trip to Scotland as well as dealing with an unplanned pregnancy in the herd.
By Contributor on 03 May 2015
Today's store cattle sale at Balla mart in Co Mayo saw strong numbers of farmers turn out to source cattle resulting in another lively trade.
By Nathan Tuffy on 02 May 2015
St Merryn are the latest GB meat factory to increase their waste disposal charges, bringing their total deductions up to £19.20 (€26.30).
By Phelim O'Neill on 01 May 2015
The second busiest time of the year, breeding season, has gotten under way on Harold Kingston's farm.
By Harold Kingston on 02 May 2015
A 17-month-old Limousin made the top price at a Teagasc breeding heifer event and sale at Ballybay mart on Friday evening.
By Patrick Donohoe on 02 May 2015
Farmers in southern New Zealand say the premium to be paid by the co-op in the coming months is not enough.
By John Boylan on 02 May 2015
This week Ciarán Lenehan is pondering beef prices and despite the good news about the suckler scheme he is still asking what kind of price the heifer born today will achieve when factory-ready.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 01 May 2015
With spring in full swing, here are some tips to get your calves back in calf quickly this year.
By Nathan Tuffy on 01 May 2015
The Dealer hears that Cliona Murphy, vice president, technical services at PepsiCo, and Liam Woulfe, MD of Grassland Agro, are the new members of the Teagasc Authority.
By The Dealer on 02 May 2015
This week our photographers were out and about in Cork, Kerry, Kildare and Wicklow.
By Photo Desk on 01 May 2015
Our photographers were at the Charolais bull show in Tullamore, the Hereford bull show in Kilmallock and Lacken in Co. Cork.
By Photo Desk on 01 May 2015
A study sought by the IFA and carried out by the Department of Agriculture over the past four months shows levels of TB in wild deer are at 16%.
By Farmers Journal on 01 May 2015

Digital Edition

Subscribe to Farmers Journal on all your devices - mobile, tablet & desktop

Farming News & Classifieds
Farmers Journal
SALES CONTRACTOR: Innovative agricultural company servicing global livestock ind...
Selection of Fr and FRX from Top 100 EBI herd.Milk to €134Up to 47kg s...
Used origan bar and chain to fit husqvarna 51 no1195VAT Inclusive: Yes...
Origan bar and chain to fit Husqvarna 350no1196VAT Inclusive: Yes...
Patchwork BlackBox GPS system for salePrice is including VATPlease call ...

A two day old charolais calf enjoying the recent fine weather on Thomas Moylan’s farm in Ballycorrick, Co.Clare.
Photo: John Moylan

Get full unlimited access to our content. Subscribe to the Irish Farmers Journal
Unlimited access to Irish Farmers Journal via your computer, mobile device, tablet or newspaper delivered to your door.
Already a subscriber? Sign in