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Body Condition Scoring in dairy cows is the assessment of body fat reserves by handling the cow in three key reference areas.
By Jack Kennedy on 27 November 2014
A farmer in Wexford is counting the cost after two dogs killed some of his sheep and injured others in an attack last weekend.
By Patrick Donohoe on 27 November 2014
Town of Monaghan co-op is changing when it pays its farmers with the change coming into play from January 2015.
By Patrick Donohoe on 27 November 2014
Brendan Dunleavy, who has over 20 years agri consultancy experience in Russia, reports from Moscow on the latest developments.
By Contributor on 27 November 2014
Midleton Co Cork based Pedigree Aberdeen Angus Breeder John Tait has found his own way of dealing with the Irish beef factories.
By John Shirley on 27 November 2014
Factories are moving to steady the trade. See full report below.
By Darren Carty on 27 November 2014
Numbers have started to slacken off in many marts around the country, so too has demand and prices have remained firm as a result.
By Nathan Tuffy on 27 November 2014
There have been a number of dry days in a row and milder weather that has helped dry out paddocks and enable the remaining paddocks to be grazed off.
By Peter Varley on 27 November 2014
Last Tuesday's sale at Enniscorthy saw a seasonal entry of stock met with steady demand. Quality continentals were a firm trade but lesser quality types continue to be a slower sell.
By Nathan Tuffy on 27 November 2014
Fullwood recently held a launch for its new version of the Packo Fullwood milking robot. Pat Walshe reports.
By Contributor on 27 November 2014
Farmers in the Republic will no longer have to round test for brucellosis from 2015, the Department of Agriculture has confirmed.
By Patrick Donohoe on 27 November 2014
Over €550 million will start to flow to 120,000 farmers next week. More good news is that Irish farmers will get a reinbursement of €27.2 million deducted from 2013 SFP payments.
By Peter Young on 27 November 2014
Coveney entrusts former Glanbia CEO with leading group to chart pathway through the next decade.
By Pat O'Toole on 27 November 2014
This week Patrick Donohoe speaks to Ger Healion about farming and facing Henry Shefflin on Sunday week.
By Patrick Donohoe on 26 November 2014
The Government hopes that every household in the country will have access to high-speed broadband by the end of the decade.
By Patrick Donohoe on 27 November 2014
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Farmers keep warm in preparation for a long night at the Dunbia plant in Slane, Co. Meath during the nationwide IFA 24 hour beef price protest. Photo: Barry Cronin
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