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Co Kerry community cancer centre wins at Dairymaster Rural Innovation Awards
Fantastic weather for grass has pushed growth rates up across the country with our Grass+ farmers recording growth rates in excess of 70kg per day.
By Aidan Brennan on 25 May 2015
The Seed Stand and Seed Orchard Scheme was launched on Tuesday by Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture Tom Hayes.
By Farmers Journal on 27 May 2015
Arrabawn's April milk collection was up 23% on last year and the co-op posted rising profits for 2104, but its CEO warned members of lower prices to come.
By Farmers Journal on 26 May 2015
Fonterra’s forecast milk price for the new season, which starts in July, is expected to be round NZ $5-$5.25 / kg milk solids (23 c/l)
By John Boylan on 27 May 2015
The Teagasc National Farm Survey shows the average farm income across all 78,641 farms in 2014 was €26,974, rising by 6% on the previous year.
By Aisling Hussey on 26 May 2015
A number of schemes are in place with several Irish beef factories for speciality categories of cattle.
By Phelim O'Neill on 21 May 2015
With Friday's deadline for the Beef Data and Genomics Programme (BDGP) looming, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney has revealed that over 12,600 applications had already been received by Tuesday.
By Farmers Journal on 26 May 2015
A report has called for changes to be made to how banks deal with families trying to access accounts of bereaved family members.
By Patrick Donohoe on 26 May 2015
After achieving a calving period of nine weeks this year, Ciarán Lenehan hopes to tighten the spread again in 2016.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 26 May 2015
Trace elements or plant micronutrients are required in small quantities but they are still essential for plant growth. Charlie Bannister argues that their function needs to be understood by growers.
By Andy Doyle on 21 May 2015
The Minister for Agriculture is being asked to clarify flexibilities for the BDGP scheme before the end of the week.
By Nathan Tuffy on 26 May 2015
The European Commission has formally approved 24 Rural Development Programmes including that of Ireland.
By Farmers Journal on 26 May 2015
The strength of community and the volunteers that make it happen was a highlight of this year’s Dairymaster Rural Innovation Awards.
By Peter Young on 21 May 2015
Steady commercial demand resulted in a 65% clearance at the Charolais Society’s sixth spring sale in Tullamore, Co Offaly, last Saturday. Shane Murphy reports.
By Farmers Journal on 26 May 2015
The upsurge in milk production across the Midwest and Northeast US has put pressure on processing capacity in those areas, according to Bob Crop, Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin.
By John Boylan on 26 May 2015

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David Gleasure is all geared up to mix a tank of Cycocel to spray his spring oats at a rate of one pint per acre at at Knocknanan, Belgooly, Co. Cork.Photo: Donal O’ Leary
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