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Two men die in Donegal farm accident
The development of a second milking parlour on an outside farm is the most profitable method of growing milk output on a fragmented farm.
By Contributor on 21 November 2014
Pig farmers are very concerned about their future following the latest fall in prices, which brought their income 17c/kg below the cost of production.
By Contributor on 20 November 2014
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton is today taking part in EU Trade Council discussions.
By Maura Fay on 21 November 2014
John Shirley recounts the history of the Charolais cattle breed since their introduction into Ireland in the 60's.
By John Shirley on 20 November 2014
A number UK agencies have carried out mock inspections at 10 plants across the country in anticipation of an official USDA inspection visit in early 2015.
By Maura Fay on 21 November 2014
"Things have certainly stopped getting worse and a patchy recovery is better than scraping along the bottom."
By Colm McCarthy on 20 November 2014
Authorities in the country have extended until Sunday a nationwide ban on the transport of poultry products.
By Maura Fay on 21 November 2014
Kilkenny farmer Brian Nicholson has housed his lambs and moved them on to ad lib concentrate feeding.
By Brian Nicholson on 20 November 2014
Temperatures will drop to 0 degrees Saturday night, with ice developing in the midlands.
By Farmers Journal on 21 November 2014
The Department of Agriculture is preparing to pay out €560 million in the balance of single farm payments. However one in ten farmers will suffer a clawback due to ineligibility issues.
By Peter Young on 20 November 2014
Ciarán Lenehan is short of shed space while finishing beef heifers and weaning calves.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 20 November 2014
In a country with very low incomes, farmers receive about €400 a tonne for malting barley.
By Matt Dempsey on 20 November 2014
A further 2% decline in Russian milk production in 2015 will follow a 2.1% reduction in 2014.
By Farmers Journal on 20 November 2014
This week's query looks at the tax implications of selling part of a farm and leaving the remainder to children under a Will.
By Aisling Meehan on 20 November 2014
Modern dairy is being investigated over reports it sold cows which had tested positive for bTB.
By Farmers Journal on 20 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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