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Farmer writes: The last of the 2013 heifers
Figures from the Livestock and Meat Commission for Northern Ireland (LMC) shows Ireland remains the biggest exporter of beef into the UK market, accounting for 79% of the imports from EU countries.
By Farmers Journal on 28 November 2014
Cattle Prices: Slowdown in live exports to Italy and Spain as year draws closer to an end.
By Darren Carty on 27 November 2014
However the total milk for human consumption is down on last year's figures.
By Farmers Journal on 28 November 2014
Breeding is continuing on farms with autumn calving herds in the programme. Particular heed is being paid at the moment to heat detection.
By Nathan Tuffy on 27 November 2014
Sean O'Donnell* questions why crossbred bulls have not started to feature more dominantly in EBI rankings and the genetic gain from genomics.
By Contributor on 28 November 2014
Darren Carty reports on a visit to Mayo Connemara Sheep Society member Martin Joe Kerrigan.
By Darren Carty on 27 November 2014
Testing, dosing, measuring and feeding is all in a week's work on Trevor Boland's farm.
By Trevor Boland on 28 November 2014
The public has been relieved of the higher charges initially planned not by the Tooth Fairy but by the bountiful Exchequer, suddenly brimming with undiscovered cash.
By Colm McCarthy on 27 November 2014
It will be mainly dry with patches of drizzle in places this weekend, however fog can be expected.
By Farmers Journal on 28 November 2014
Margaret McCarthy and Joe Burke of Bord Bia look at how it has been promoting Irish beef in the Netherlands.
By Contributor on 27 November 2014
Mark Rochford, 2013 Nuffield scholar, compiled a report on developing people on Irish dairy farms in light of the abolition of milk quotas.
By Contributor on 28 November 2014
Russian mine collapse could bolster potash prices as supply tightens.
By Eoin Lowry on 27 November 2014
Over one hundred industry personnel attended an Animal Genomics User Conference in Dublin on Wednesday (26 November).
By Farmers Journal on 28 November 2014
Looking at the most recent Bord Bia price reports, the differences between British and Irish beef prices is really extraordinary.
By Matt Dempsey on 27 November 2014
Brazil’s Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Supply Neri Geller this week announced that Brazil was for the first time exporting fresh pork to the United States.
By Maura Fay on 28 November 2014
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Cattle in the morning frost near Templemore, Co. Tipperary. Photo: Donal O’ Leary
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