Crowds have begun to fill the site of the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co Offaly.
By Thomas Hubert on 19 September 2017
Cork accounts for over half the applications to the scheme.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 September 2017
IFA president Joe Healy talks to Anthony Jordan about the effect of rural crime on farmers.
By Anthony Jordan on 09 September 2017
IFA environment chair Thomas Cooney has said that the 43 locations where waste water is being discharged need to be dealt with and that there needs to be a ring-fenced budget for agriculture.
By Amy Forde on 01 September 2017
A protest is set to take place on Wednesday in Portlaoise outside Aldi and Dunnes Stores.
By Anthony Jordan on 30 August 2017
An IFA delegation met Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People Jim Daly on Tuesday, to lobby for changes to the nursing home charges applicable to the value of family farms.
By Thomas Hubert on 30 August 2017
In the news today, 29 August: IFA calls on Minister Creed to act on factory grading and new Hen Harrier Scheme being developed on farms.
By Alison Sinnott on 29 August 2017
Fields covered in silt and stones, blocked roads, pen walls blown 50 yards from their foundations: we continue to survey the week's weather damage as the political fallout begins.
By Peter McCann on 25 August 2017
Recognise if you have a debt problem, engage, seek advice, and negotiate a settlement is the advice from IFA.
By Pat O'Toole on 24 August 2017
In week three of our liquid milk series, John Finn and Catherine Lascurettes of the IFA liquid milk committee explore the farmer margin discussion and a French initiative that increases retail price.
By Contributor on 24 August 2017
With the UK and the EU positions now detailed on Brexit negotiations, IFA president Joe Healy has warned of the risks posed by current proposals.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 August 2017