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Coveney continues as Agriculture Minister with Defence added
The National Milk Agency (NMA) report provides a detailed overview of the market for fresh "liquid" milk in the Republic of Ireland.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 10 July 2014
The stocking rates to be set for commonage must be realistic, says IFA hills chairman Pat Dunne.
By Paul Mooney on 11 July 2014
In the second part of a series exploring the future of the suckler herd and how it might look in the future, Patrick Donohoe speaks to four farmers at different stages of their farming careers.
By Patrick Donohoe on 10 July 2014
With more than 9,000 cattle stolen from Irish farms in the past three years, Patrick Donohoe investigates the problem on cattle rustling.
By Patrick Donohoe on 10 July 2014
Announcement of post-quota milk supply terms by Lakeland and Aurivo give farmers more insight into what to expect.
By Jack Kennedy on 10 July 2014
As we move into a world of freer trade, Brazil is a country that Irish farmers cannot ignore.
By Eoin Lowry on 10 July 2014
European politicians appear to have lost sight of the importance of agriculture, mirroring a global complacency around food production growth.
By Matt Dempsey on 10 July 2014
Beef prices have improved this week and should improve the confidence of farmers across the country.
By Padraig Foley on 10 July 2014
International grain prices moved lower again last week and all eyes will be focused on weather events across the main producing regions particularly in the Northern hemisphere over the coming weeks.
By Eoin Lowry on 10 July 2014
Before the World Cup even started, the players’ union in Brazil objected to the scheduling of midday games in the tropics but they were ignored.
By Colm McCarthy on 10 July 2014
New tractor registrations took a dip in June with just 69 new tractors registered according to the latest FTMTA Machinery Statistics Service.
By Michael Moroney on 10 July 2014
Entries for the UN Year of Family Farming must be submitted by Friday week, 18 July.
By Mairead Lavery on 10 July 2014
This week's "my farming week" features an award winning dairy farm in Co Tyrone run by the Campbell family.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 09 July 2014
The prospects of milk price holding in June have been boosted by the decision of Glanbia to leave their price unchanged.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 10 July 2014
Milk supplies across the country were very strong for June. The country is well ahead of quota after the first three months of the final milk quota year.
By Jack Kennedy on 10 July 2014
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Gavin Foley & Jordan Hennessy share a joke as they wait for John Flavin to fill the first load of Tower winter barley for Rosalie Dunne, Garryvoe, Co. Cork. Early indacations are for a good crop. Photo: Donal O’ Leary
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