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Climate change summit - good result for Ireland
Dairygold paid the highest price for milk in August when all conditional bonuses and average milk solids are included.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 23 October 2014
Milk price for 2015 is a major topic of conversation among farmers as they consider the current global dairy market supply demand imbalance.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 23 October 2014
The new scheme requires a minimum investment €2,000 and allows a maximum of €20,000. It will give 40% grant aid on safety equipment for cattle, sheep, dairy and tillage farmers.
By Paul Mooney on 23 October 2014
We have had a fantastic summer this year and in Ireland, you might expect to have a cold or wet winter, or even both. This places extra pressure on man and machine.
By Bruce Lett on 23 October 2014
Four million gallons of slurry and rainwater on farm in tanks, many of which are exposed to the elements.
By Pat O'Toole on 23 October 2014
There will be a 24 hour lockdown of the country's factories next week as the IFA protest over the weak beef market.
By Patrick Donohoe on 23 October 2014
Camera at the mart was at Tuesday nights sale at Roscommon mart. The trade was strong and farmers demanded quality.
By Nathan Tuffy on 23 October 2014
The IFA remain confident that Taoiseach Enda Kenny can deliver for Ireland at EU climate talks in Brussels this week.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
Factory prices remain unchanged with steers moving at a base of €3.65 to €3.70/kg and heifers from a base of €3.70/kg to €3.75/kg.
By Darren Carty on 23 October 2014
Heavy rain is starting to have an effect on cleaning out paddocks especially in the west where rainfall amounts have been heavy at times.
By Peter Varley on 23 October 2014
Increased demand as farmers get SPS payments coupled with increased supply due to weather has resulted in a steady trade at marts across the country.
By Nathan Tuffy on 23 October 2014
The volume of cattle which has been exported to Northern Ireland from the Republic has been increasing. There has also been an increase in the volume of beef exported from Ireland to Britain.
By Kieran Mailey on 23 October 2014
Eddie Downey said the plan must be similar to Food Harvest 2020 for the agri-food sector.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
The Department continues to process advanced payments as money flows into farmers accounts.
By Peter Young on 23 October 2014
The ICSA said testing for the disease has been a huge cost to farmers and has interferred with the mart trade.
By Farmers Journal on 23 October 2014
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Declan Smyth harvesting a 70 acre crop of “Justina” maize for Neville Rickey, Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh at Reaghstown, Co.Louth. Photo: John Caffrey
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