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Farmer writes: calculator is out for silage and calving planning
In a bid to attract more farmers into the suckler scheme, the Department of Agriculture has extended the deadline for applications.
By Patrick Donohoe on 28 May 2015
Silage has become the main focus for a lot of farmers throughout the country over the past week.
By Farmers Journal on 28 May 2015
New Zealand's largest co-op has issued its 2015/16 farmgate milk price forecast at $5.25 (23c/l) per kg of milk solids.
By Aisling Hussey on 28 May 2015
Patrick Donohoe looks at what the main markets are for the live export of our cattle.
By Patrick Donohoe on 28 May 2015
Searchable database of all direct payments made to farmers will be available by Sunday.
By Pat O'Toole on 28 May 2015
After two continuous years of first-quarter growth in the agriculture, forestry and fishing sector, 2015 has seen a drop in employment of 2.44%.
By Farmers Journal on 28 May 2015
Family farm incomes increased by 6% to €26,974 in 2014, according to the preliminary findings of Teagasc’s National Farm Survey (NFS).
By Pat O'Toole on 28 May 2015
Macra is calling for young farmers who entered dairy partnerships to be allowed set up as new entrants.
By Pat O'Toole on 28 May 2015
There has been strong activity this year in the conacre and land rental market, Shirley Busteed reports.
By Shirley Busteed on 28 May 2015
With just one day left to the BPS deadline on 29 May farmers, advisors are rushing to get the last 15,000 applications.
By Peter Young on 28 May 2015
It is beginning to look as if a mistake has been made through focussing exclusively on emissions of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas which contributes to global warming.
By Colm McCarthy on 28 May 2015
A pilot survey by the Department of Agriculture has revealed that 16% of deer in Co Wickloe were found to be carrying TB.
By Patrick Donohoe on 28 May 2015
Further detail is emerging on the TAMS 11 Young Farmers Scheme, which is due to open today.
By Paul Mooney on 28 May 2015
Despite difficulties, the AIB report in association with IFA finds beef farmers positive about the future and willing to invest.
By Phelim O'Neill on 28 May 2015
This weeks legal query addresses the issue of a herd number being used by a family member without the consent of the herd owner.
By Aisling Meehan on 28 May 2015

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