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Farmer writes: Need to remove the link between SFP and land prices
It’s all systems go at Ratheniska, Stradbally, Co Laois as the biggest ever National Ploughing Championships opens next week, following weeks of superb weather for the massive build-up.
By Michael Moroney on 15 September 2014
Senior director from the World Bank pays tribute to Irish agriculture.
By Patrick Donohoe on 12 September 2014
Tommy Moyles argues that a rising calving interval rate is a sign that the suckler herd is in trouble with fertility.
By Tommy Moyles on 12 September 2014
The event takes place at the Killashee House Hotel in Naas, Kildare.
By Maura Fay on 11 September 2014
An IDB prediction of lower farmgate milk prices by year end has generated a strong response from the IFA, who accused the organisation of "talking down" prices.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 11 September 2014
The latest figures on the national herd show stability in the size of the suckler herd and expansion in dairy cow numbers.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 11 September 2014
With dairy markets under pressure, the Irish Dairy Board has called for the introduction of export refunds to remove surplus product from Europe.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 11 September 2014
A voluntary group which looks to help farmers in financial difficulty has urged those struggling with money issues to come forward to them.
By Patrick Donohoe on 11 September 2014
Farmers are enjoying this period of sunny weather, they are concentrating on achieving good autumn grass covers and spreading the last round of fertiliser.
By Peter Varley on 11 September 2014
Phil Hogan becomes the second Irish Agriculture Commissioner. He sets out his stall to Pat O'Toole.
By Pat O'Toole on 11 September 2014
Ciarán Lenehan is enjoying testing out his new CLAAS Axos 340, an upgrade from his old two-wheel drive Massey Ferguson 4255.
By Contributor on 11 September 2014
The weekly sheep kill in Ireland has exceeded 65,000 head for the past two weeks, the first time this has happened since August 2008.
By Kieran Mailey on 11 September 2014
Some unspent funding remains in TAMS 1 and the Department of Agriculture is expected to reopen the scheme to applications to allow it be used.
By Paul Mooney on 11 September 2014
The draft new Forestry Programme has been launched for a final public consultation.
By Paul Mooney on 11 September 2014
Improved cattle prices have been seen in recent days due to improved demand and quality and low supply.
By Nathan Tuffy on 11 September 2014
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Mike Quirke, a dairy and beef farmer, Milltown, Co. Kerry, moving his weanling beef stock of angus, hereford and friesian heifers to get them ready for sale. Photo:Valerie O’Sullivan
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