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4,000 extra Cork jobs to be created through increase in milk output
New figures show that direct payments paid to all farmers fell from almost €2bn in 2011 to €1.7bn last year.
By Aisling Hussey on 26 January 2015
Almost 50% of the 2.14 million calves born last year were registered electronically.
By Aisling Hussey on 26 January 2015
Met Eireann say wintery showers will bring sleet and snow in parts of the country on Wednesday.
By Farmers Journal on 26 January 2015
Flock owners must send their census form to the Department of Agriculture by Friday, 30 January.
By Farmers Journal on 26 January 2015
The Irish Farmers Journal's dairy meetings will focus on maintaining profitability and managing price volatility in 2015.
By Farmers Journal on 26 January 2015
Does it make sense to sell or finish? That's the question beef farmer Ciaran Lenehan faced this week.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 25 January 2015
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) will appear before the Joint Oireachtas Agriculture Committee on Thursday over its decision to cut farm safety inspections.
By Farmers Journal on 24 January 2015
With lambing season upon us, vet David Mulligan has some timely advice for sheep farmers.
By Contributor on 23 January 2015
Milk production in the 23 major States during December totaled 16.2bn pounds, up 3.2% from December 2013.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 26 January 2015
This week Harold Kingston looked at the performance of his silage and turned his attention to his grass for 2015.
By Harold Kingston on 23 January 2015
In this thoughtful piece, fifth year student Una Sinnott reflects on the last days of the winter and the new opportunities that come with January.
By Contributor on 23 January 2015
Ecoli mastitis can affect a cow at any stage of the lactation but is commonly seen in the first few weeks before and especially after calving.
By Journal Vet on 23 January 2015
The cattle trade strengthens, a new farming organisation emerges, legal queries on the National Reserve Scheme are answered and we find out what really happens when you marry a farmer.
By Farmers Journal on 26 January 2015
Minister Simon Coveney announced today that the total volume of milk supplies up to the end of December has left Ireland 5.93% over-quota.
By Farmers Journal on 23 January 2015
For the week ended 17 January, overall deadweight steer prices and heifer prices were all up 2p.
By Farmers Journal on 23 January 2015
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Pat Cleary, Hugginstown and James Malone, Mullinavat moving calves on Pat’s farm at Hugginstown , Co. Kilkenny. Photo: Jack Caffrey
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