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Irish dairy to benefit from new EU-Mexico trade deal
The increase in grass growth over the last week has occurred at a critical time as the 100-cow herd returns to the Newford block for breeding.
By Darren Carty on 21 April 2018
Smart Farming starts its 2018 work this month, identifying ways to improve farm returns and enhance the rural environment.
Useful listings of fungicides, herbicides, insecticides and plant growth regulators on the market in Ireland in 2018
By Andy Doyle on 22 April 2018
The only opportunity to view stock at Balla Mart on Saturday was from the skywalks as farmers were excluded from the cattle lairage. The sale saw a very lively trade for all good-quality stock.
By Nathan Tuffy on 21 April 2018
The battle with nature continues on the disease front with septoria and ramularia now showing reduced sensitivity to SDHI fungicides. Steven Kildea of Teagasc explains
By Contributor on 20 April 2018
Student blog: milking 1,200 cows on a 750-acre block
Matthew Lang, a third-year Animal and Crop Production student at UCD, reports from New Zealand where he is on placement as part of his ASA/Irish Farmers Journal bursary.
By Farmers Journal on 21 April 2018
Protecting against pneumonia and Clostridial diseases is a crucial component of the flock health programme of progressive south Roscommon sheep farmer Mark Donnelly.
As changes in the agri-chemical world are continuing, we take a look at what new products are available to growers this year and what to expect in the future. Stephen Robb reports.
By Stephen Robb on 20 April 2018
No relaxation of three-crop rule for NI and Scotland
Efforts to seek a derogation for the three-crop rule in Northern Ireland and Scotland have been unsuccessful.
By Peter McCann on 21 April 2018
The back payments are owed to farmers as a result of a European Court of Justice judgement on miscalculated levies.
By Amy Forde on 20 April 2018
An economic model using a typical 100-ewe flock shows that using five-star ewes and rams can add over €200/ha net profit to the farm’s bottom line compared to using one-star genetics.
By Darren Carty on 21 April 2018
Family run business Whelan's Garage in Kilrush is celebrating a milestone this weekend.
The good news is that Chinese beef import demand will grow further in 2018, but there are plenty of countries chasing the business.
By Phelim O'Neill on 20 April 2018
As pressure continues to pile on to the suckler cow from all angles, Ciarán Lenehan looks at the emissions argument against suckling.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 20 April 2018
Good week/bad week: winners and losers in farming this week
We look at those who had a good week in Irish farming and those who had a week to forget.
By Michael Keaveny on 20 April 2018
CAP viewed as obvious target for cuts in EU budget – Hogan
Phil Hogan has said that in many quarters the Common Agricultural Policy is viewed as the obvious target for cuts in the next EU budget.
By Amy Forde on 20 April 2018
Commercial framers are recommended to purchase stock bulls from Whole Herd Performance Recording herds
Farmer injured in accident with beet chopper
A farmer has been injured after he was involved in an accident with a beet chopper.
By Amy Forde on 20 April 2018
Michael Collins visits a forestry contractor in Co Tipperary with a unique County 754.
By Michael Collins on 19 April 2018


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