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Farmer writes: Testing for parasites and weighing calves
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
This week's query looks at the steps a farmer should take now in order to minimise next year's tax bill.
By Aisling Meehan on 27 November 2014
The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) says because of the poor condition of roads in rural areas, families are having difficulty accessing services and couriers have stopped calling to houses.
By Farmers Journal on 28 November 2014
On announcement of third quarter results where profits were up 24%, Moy Park owners confirmed the company will float on the London stock exchange.
By Eoin Lowry on 27 November 2014
Francie's pride and joy is his Renault Clio Sheila, and when someone puts a dint in her, he'll do anything to fix it...
By Contributor on 28 November 2014
Greencore continue to make progress in the food to go market with like for like revenue growth in that business exceeding 15%.
By Eoin Lowry on 27 November 2014
The number of sheep and lambs in Wales is at it's highest since 2003.
By Farmers Journal on 28 November 2014
Dawn Meats is to acquire a 49% equity stake in Elivia with an option to increase to 70% by 2019.
By Eoin Lowry on 27 November 2014
Farmers can now start planning how to build up to the €5,000 maximum payment in GLAS.
By Paul Mooney on 27 November 2014
Competition for cattle for the live export market could be set to increase with two new exporters, Arthur Bredin and Curzon Livestock starting to source cattle for the Italian and Libyan trade.
By Darren Carty on 27 November 2014
With two weeks of hearings over in the court case brought by HSBC bank against Paolo and Davide Garavelli, there is now an adjournment until the New Year.
By Patrick Donohoe on 27 November 2014
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Cattle in the morning frost near Templemore, Co. Tipperary. Photo: Donal O’ Leary
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