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Analysis: New rules on country of origin labelling bring their own challenges
According to the latest Rabobank Dairy Quarterly report, global dairy prices have increased strongly since early February with whole milk powder prices in mid-March up 42% on December 2014.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 30 March 2015
Monitor your grass situation closely and take action when needed, writes dairy specialist Aidan Brennan.
By Aidan Brennan on 30 March 2015
Irish charity Bóthar is calling on farmers to donate dairy heifer calves to benefit those living in the developing world.
By Aisling Hussey on 30 March 2015
A farm safety event will take place at Teagasc, Kildalton Agricultural and Horticultural College, Piltown, Co Kilkenny, on Thursday 9 April.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 30 March 2015
It's quietened down on Julian Hughes farm after a very busy period so he is taking stock and planning the growth of some spring cereals.
By Julian Hughes on 30 March 2015
Filmed on Declan Brennan's farm just outside Carlow, Ireland, Shep the drone replaced Shep the sheepdog last Friday. But Declan's brother Paul, who filmed the video, tells us that Shep's job is safe.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 30 March 2015
The chairman of Lisavaird and Carbery Donal Tobin is understood to have stepped down at a board meeting this afternoon.
By The Dealer on 30 March 2015
Harold Kingston had to educate European officials on what water stress means to Irish farmers before facing some stress of his own back on the farm.
By Harold Kingston on 29 March 2015
Irish Farmers Journal journalist Patrick Donohoe was back in Ballyhaise ag college on Friday for the latest day in the Green Cert programme.
By Patrick Donohoe on 29 March 2015
The next Beef Forum will take place before the summer, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney confirmed.
By Aisling Hussey on 30 March 2015
Glanbia expects to reach near full capacity this spring at its new Belview facility.
By Jack Kennedy on 30 March 2015
Ciaran Lenehan is weighing up options about how to get more out of the 16 month bull beef system they operate on the farm.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 30 March 2015
A court in Belgium has ruled that Alpro’s use of the term ‘yogurt variant’ for its soy and plant based products is misleading and must be removed.
By John Boylan on 30 March 2015
When milk quotas were introduced in 1984 they caused immense frustration for Irish farmers. So much so that one Cork lady wrote a poem to sum up her feelings four years into the regime.
By Contributor on 30 March 2015
The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association is inviting farmers to put their concerns on land eligibility to politicians on 10 April.
By Farmers Journal on 27 March 2015
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Mike Fitzgerald gathers up his cows for evening milking at Mount Bell, Killeagh, Co. Cork.Photo: Donal O’Leary
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