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€560m SFP payment on track for 1 December
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
Tillage farming writer Gerald Potterton provides an update on the end of season spraying programme on his Co Meath farm.
By Gerald Potterton on 20 November 2014
Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney had initially hoped to have the charter in place by the end of this year.
By Farmers Journal on 20 November 2014
Eoin Lowry looks at how Ireland can leverage the world’s largest dairy importer, largest and fastest growing dairy market.
By Eoin Lowry on 20 November 2014
The IFA's Sean O'Leary was in Brussels this week to meet with his EU counterparts.
By Farmers Journal on 20 November 2014
Arrabawn co-op in Co Tipperary paid the highest manufacturing milk price in the Irish Farmers Journal milk league for September.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 20 November 2014
Next week's conference follows news that the Department of Agriculture has formed a committee with the Department of health to deal with antibiotic resistance.
By Farmers Journal on 20 November 2014
We examine each of the conclusions at the beef forum and their meaning for farmers. Many of them are self-explanatory while others are complex with only aspirational or potential outcomes.
By Patrick Donohoe on 20 November 2014
50 years ago this week, Ford launched what they called “The newest and biggest range of tractors ever presented to the Irish farmer”.
By Michael Moroney on 20 November 2014
William Considine reviews why he went into organic farming and whether or not it was worthwhile.
By William Considine on 20 November 2014
This week camera at the ringside was at Saturday's special fatstock show and sale at Dingle Mart.
By Nathan Tuffy on 20 November 2014
Beef prices continue to edge upwards, albeit at a slow pace, with prices increasing 5c/kg to a base of €3.80/kg for steers and €3.85/kg for heifers.
By Darren Carty on 20 November 2014
Many farmers are drying off cows and should be finished milking by early December. Paddocks are closed now with some men on dry farms still able to graze by day.
By Peter Varley on 20 November 2014
A new Teagasc report looks at the economic return to formal agricultural education.
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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