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Following the passing of former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, Matt Dempsey looks back at when Mr Reynold’s political career and the Beef Tribunal in the early 1990s.
By Matt Dempsey on 22 August 2014
Well-known Littleton farmer becomes yet another victim of rural crimewave.
By Pat O'Toole on 21 August 2014
Ciarán Lenehan* from Meath outlines his plans for dealing with a problematic reseed and goes through which bulls he prefers to use for AI.
By Contributor on 22 August 2014
Market exposures, unpredictable weather patterns and availability of land means horticulture farmers face difficulties. Patrick Donohoe visited potato and vegetable growers to hear their story.
By Patrick Donohoe on 21 August 2014
Minister Simon Coveney says farmers have been taken by surprise at the implementation of spec issues by meat processors and this lack of consultation has created a huge amount of confusion.
By Maura Fay on 22 August 2014
Laois farmer David Kerr shed a new light on how many cows one man can manage at the IGA Dairy Summer Tour last week. Paidi Kelly reports.
By Paidi Kelly on 21 August 2014
The Committee on the Common Organisation of the Agricultural Markets has announce funding initiatives for emergency measures in response to the Russian import restrictions.
By Maura Fay on 22 August 2014
A universally used national identity card, with an up-to-date photograph, would be a useful start in streamlining the system.
By Matt Dempsey on 21 August 2014
More than 200 farmers commandered 800 shopping trolleys at Tesco in Naas, Kildare on Thursday evening to protest over beef price cuts.
By Patrick Donohoe on 22 August 2014
Boherbue co-op in Co Cork paid the top price in the Irish Farmers Journal manufacturing milk price league for June.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 21 August 2014
“No collective agreement” was the overwhelming message from the massive crowd of around 1,700 hill farmers who attended a meeting last night in Westport.
By Nathan Tuffy on 21 August 2014
Beef farmer anger erupted at Tuesday's beef meeting in Navan on Tuesday evening.
By Darren Carty on 21 August 2014
Despite a setback this week, efforts continue behind the scenes to find a resolution to the "nomad" cattle issue.
By David Wright on 21 August 2014
Milk prices are weakening globally, with the overall dairy product price index down by 0.6% in the latest Global Dairy Trade auction.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 21 August 2014
A farm death on Wednesday night brings to 20 the number of Irish people who have died on Irish farms this year.
By Farmers Journal on 21 August 2014
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Liam Pender, Jim McCarthy, Peter McGrath and George Howard of Ryan & Ronayne Contractors grabbing a bite to eat while picking up 2nd cut silage for David Murphy, Tallow, Co. Waterford. Photo: Donal O’Leary
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