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Brexit impact on British farmers
Phelim O'Neill Markets Specialist
Irish farmers are correctly worried about Brexit but it is likely to be just as damaging for British agriculture, though in a slightly different way.
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NEWS
EU stands ready to support farmers in Brexit fallout - Hogan
European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan has assured farmers that Europe is planning for all possible outcomes from Brexit negotiations.
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Exodus of dairy farmers from England and Wales
Increased numbers of dairy farmers in England and Wales are hanging up their milking aprons for the last time, new figures show.
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DAIRY
Greenfield: to turn out dry cows or not
Top ten paddocks ready for grazing but it's only mid-January yet, writes Jack Kennedy.
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EU stands ready to support farmers in Brexit fallout - Hogan
European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan has assured farmers that Europe is planning for all possible outcomes from Brexit negotiations.
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SPONSORED
Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement
They say you should never let a good crisis go to waste, and those farmers who have come through challenging times will tell you that those experiences helped them to refocus on their core business.
Switch and Save with Pinergy
In the second instalment of our six part series, we catch up with Richard Hinchion from Crookstown, Co. Cork.
Reducing your costs with Pinergy
Richard switched to Pinergy in early 2018 to reduce his energy usage and costs by being able to effectively and easily monitor his energy consumption.
Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement
They say you should never let a good crisis go to waste, and those farmers who have come through challenging times will tell you that those experiences helped them to refocus on their core business.
Watch: Understanding Liver Fluke
Research published in 2016 suggested that 82% of Irish dairy herds have been exposed to liver fluke1.
MACHINERY
New JCB Cab factory project pushes ahead
Construction work on the new £50m JCB Cab Systems factory pushes ahead to meet summer opening target.
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2018 new tractor sales down by 2%
The latest registration statistics issued by the Farm Tractor & Machinery Trade Association indicate that the Irish new tractor market declined by slightly less than 2% during 2018.
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TILLAGE
Tillage management: extraordinary weather poses unusual questions
Good ground and overhead conditions have enabled field work to be done and the mild conditions are forcing questions on BYDV risk.
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IFA potato report: growers plan for 2019 season
The new year has got off to a reasonably good start, as growers continue to report good demand for product.
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