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Dairy farm

Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
Second hand tractor sales surge as farmers cash in on weak sterling, IFA and factories to face off on beef prices and hard Brexit to cost farmers €3,000.
By Farmers Journal on 09 August 2017
Chinese investment partner causes headaches for Fonterra
Fonterra’s Chinese investment partner Beingmate has announced the sale of dairy farm assets following continued losses at the company. John Boylan reports
By Contributor on 04 August 2017
Aidan Brennan visits a recently converted dairy farm in England with a New Zealand style milking parlour.
By Aidan Brennan on 11 August 2017
Are you renting a shed space in Co Roscommon, well your property has just gone up in value.
By The Dealer on 03 August 2017
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: award-winning cows and rain
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, 20 July.
By Patrick Donohoe on 21 July 2017
Watch: Potential in 154-acre Cork farm
A 154-acre residential farm has come to the market at Knockyrourke, Kiskeam, Co Cork, reports Tommy Moyles.
By Tommy Moyles on 19 July 2017
Dairy farmer Jean McLean farms 286 acres at Mains of Culsh in Aberdeenshire with her son, John.
By Odile Evans on 13 July 2017
The German owned company produced close to 220m litres of milk last year despite poor milk prices.
By Lorcan Allen on 06 July 2017
Watch: exclusive footage of the 700-acre farm in Co Roscommon
A stunning 700-acre farm, located at Laragan, Elphin, Co Roscommon, has recently arrived on the market with an unique option of a 20- year lease.
By William Conlon on 05 July 2017
A stunning 700-acre farm, located at Laragan, Elphin, Co Roscommon, has recently arrived on the market with the unique option of a 20-year lease.
By William Conlon on 06 July 2017
A labour shortage is nothing new but a generation more interested in WiFi than bulls is something the sector should be worried about, writes Tommy Moyles.
By Tommy Moyles on 06 July 2017
As part of his Nuffield Global Focus Programme, 2017 Nuffield Scholar Lorcan Allen travelled throughout Chile to learn about the country’s agriculture sector.
By Lorcan Allen on 30 June 2017
Agri jobs: teacher wanted for ag college, jobs in the UK and New Zealand
Farm managers are required for herds in New Zealand and the UK this week.
By William Conlon on 29 June 2017
Watch: 87ac Cavan farm bucks the trend in our property of the week
Large farms coming to auction in Cavan are a rare occurrence, which makes the 87 acre farm at Corfeyhone, Poles all the more intriguing.
By William Conlon on 28 June 2017
Large farms coming to auction in Cavan are a rare occurrence, which makes the 87ac farm at Corfeyhone, Poles, all the more intriguing.
By William Conlon on 29 June 2017
Interest has been shown in re-establishing a dairy enterprise that once existed on a 90ac block at Kiltannan, Croagh, Co Limerick.
By William Conlon on 29 June 2017
Teagasc director Professor Gerry Boyle outlines the theme of this year's Moorepark open day.
By Contributor on 02 July 2017
Agri jobs: dairy farm managers in demand
Dairy farm managers are required in Cork and Waterford.
By William Conlon on 23 June 2017
Glastonbury
The Dealer hears of potential farm walk by Michael Eavis in Glastonbury Festival farm as headline act Ed Sheeran shows enthusiasm in udder things including the dairy sector.
By The Dealer on 23 June 2017
Bandon farmer Scott Kingston is switching half of his family's farm into dairying from beef and tillage.
By Amy Forde on 22 June 2017
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