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Girl (8) died instantly in freak tractor accident, inquest hears
The figure is a decrease on the end-October figure of 7.15%, but is significantly above the 1.38% over-quota position of this time last year.
By Farmers Journal on 17 December 2014
Jason McMinn of FarmGate Consultancy Ltd on the lessons to be learned from Northern Ireland.
By Contributor on 11 December 2014
A group from Ireland sent in photos of them pitting silage in one of the southernmost cities in the world recently.
By Farmers Journal on 17 December 2014
Focussing on group activity, we look at plans for 2015 and what two Galway farmers are getting out of groups.
By Darren Carty on 11 December 2014
The Oireachtas Joint Committee for Agriculture will meet with officials to express farmer concerns around the designation of Special Conservation Area to protect the hen harrier.
By Farmers Journal on 17 December 2014
The Dealer received a call from a retailer's representative last week to say that cheap vegetables were not necessarily cheap vegetables.
By The Dealer on 11 December 2014
Kilkenny farmer Bill O'Keeffe reports that his outdoor cubicles are proving to be a reliable lower cost option for winter housing of the dairy herd.
By Bill O'Keeffe on 11 December 2014
With Christmas around the corner, Julian Hughes is in the field at 4am in the morning, digging to have his parsnips on the shop shelves that night ready for the following morning.
By Julian Hughes on 17 December 2014
Teagasc diagram: An ever increasing proportion of the value of what we produced went out again in the form of increased costs.
By Matt Dempsey on 11 December 2014
The latest GDT dairy product auction run by Fonterra has seen a welcome increase dairy product prices.
By Maura Fay on 16 December 2014
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The tips presented here will help you save money and protect the environment by eliminating water leaks and replacing treated water with harvested water.
By Contributor on 11 December 2014
From 2015, farmers in the North with permanent grassland in environmentally sensitive areas will be subject to a ploughing and conversion ban.
By Farmers Journal on 16 December 2014
Here are some practical tips to help you reduce machine running and maintenance costs.
By Contributor on 11 December 2014
From brussel sprouts to Christmas trees, the preparations for Christmas are well under way.
By Photo Desk on 16 December 2014
Here are some simple tips to help you get the most from your grassland.
By Contributor on 11 December 2014
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Laura Wehrly feeding the 300 freerange turkeys Ravensdale, Co. Louth. These turkeys are fed predominantly on wheat and grass and are for the Christmas market. Photo: Carol Dunne
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