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Dairygold hold milk price, Carbery cut
End of quotas has resulted in 100,000 more dairy calves and beef calf numbers also up 30,000 while live exports back 20,000.
By Phelim O'Neill on 21 May 2015
Old young farmers want an increase in entitlements, not just priority under TAMS for a 40% grant.
By Peter Young on 21 May 2015
New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser has attacked the Canadian milk production system, saying the industry belongs in the former Soviet Union and its market should be open to competition.
By John Boylan on 22 May 2015
Better Farm programme farmer, Patrick Grennan, based in Co Wexford, has focused on streamlining his beef finishing system to reduce the labour input to allow him to work part-time.
By Nathan Tuffy on 21 May 2015
Planners have been burning the midnight oil this week to ensure over 20,000 farmers will get into GLAS, but the BPS dealine on 29 May is now fast approaching.
By Peter Young on 21 May 2015
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has upheld an earlier judgment made against the USA, saying the country discriminates against meat and livestock imports from Canada and Mexico.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 21 May 2015
The deadline for applications under the GLAS scheme has been put forward to midnight on Tuesday, 26 May.
By Farmers Journal on 21 May 2015
The EU's executive is due to ask EU citizens for their views on animal welfare in a new Eurobarometer survey set to be launched later this year.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 21 May 2015
After a week of rows on the new suckler scheme, the Minister for Agriculture has moved to address farmer concerns.
By Patrick Donohoe on 21 May 2015
In less than two lifetimes, Ireland has come from a situation where it was unable to feed herself to now providing food and ingredients to feed 50 million people around the world.
By Eoin Lowry on 20 May 2015
In a ruling issued yesterday, An Bord Pleanala refused planning permission for Coillte’s 48 Turbine Cluddaun Wind Farm in Moygownagh, Co Mayo.
By Farmers Journal on 21 May 2015
Speaking at an international dairy conference today, IFA Dairy Executive Catherine Lascurettes said we are in a “crisis” situation with EU milk prices and that new tools to address it are required.
By Farmers Journal on 21 May 2015
The farm building grant scheme has been well received overall, but tillage farmers are very angry that they - so far - are excluded.
By Paul Mooney on 21 May 2015
Finnish dairy co-op Valio has concluded a deal that will give Australian manufacturers easy access to its low lactose and lactose-free milk powders.
By John Boylan on 21 May 2015
Listen to extracts from the panel discussion on the marketing of Irish food at the launch of the annual Agribusiness Report and an update on Irish Country Living's supermarket price watch.
By Thomas Hubert on 20 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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