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In pictures: good trade for feeding cattle at Balla
The Dealer notes with surprise that one man in Tipperary is willing to swap 15 bales of straw for two Longitude tickets.
By The Dealer on 17 February 2018
Herd owners participating in the Beef Data and Genomics Programme (BDGP) will be receiving eligibility reports for the first time over the coming two weeks.
An adequate intake of colostrum in the first hours of a lamb’s life will help fight off numerous diseases and hypothermia.
By Darren Carty on 16 February 2018
Asian markets showed the biggest growth for Irish beef and offal products, though it was for the lower-value parts of the animal.
By Phelim O'Neill on 17 February 2018
The next step for Irish beef access to the Chinese market rests with officials in China, following a visit last week from an Irish delegation.
By Amy Forde on 15 February 2018
Supports to farmers and landowners who plant forestry on their land is to increase by up to 7%. We reveal the new payment rates.
By Thomas Hubert on 16 February 2018
In the first of a two part series, Ailish Byrne, Senior Agricultural Manager with Ulster Bank, goes through two of her top tips on strategic planning for improvement.
Farmers are having difficulty getting ewes and lambs turned out, while poor winter and spring growth could put pressure on grass supplies.
By Darren Carty on 15 February 2018
When Tyrone sheep farmer Isaac Crilly ran out of silage, he turned to a concentrate-only diet for his 500 ewes and wouldn't go back, writes Kieran Mailey.
By Kieran Mailey on 16 February 2018
Good week, bad week: winners and losers in farming this week
We reflect on those who had a week to remember in the farming world and those who had a week to forget.
By Michael Keaveny on 17 February 2018
Straw supplies are tight across the country while a higher cost is deterring producers from purchasing the same quantity as usual.
By Darren Carty on 15 February 2018
Bord Bia recently held its annual market outlook seminars for the meat and livestock sectors. Both events attracted a large attendance including trade, farm organisations and government agencies.
Minister Denis Naughten has announced increased funding and the use of drones to tackle illegal dumping.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 16 February 2018
FBD is to enter into a distribution arrangement with Post Insurance to become one of their car Insurance underwriters.
By Eoin Lowry on 17 February 2018
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: Project Ireland 2040 and Trodax
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, Friday 16 February.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 16 February 2018
My farming week: Jimmy Flynn, Taughmaconnell, Co Roscommon
Amy Forde talks to Jimmy Flynn, a suckler farmer from Co Roscommon. One of Jimmy's cows just had a set of twins, the third set of twins she has had in four years.
By Amy Forde on 17 February 2018
Maximising grass growth rates and increasing utilisation rates, particularly at the shoulders of the grazing year in the spring and autumn is a key priority.
The Ford TW range was considered by many as big tractors designed for the North American prairies. Michael Collins looks back through its history and visits a TW-25 in Co Waterford.
By Michael Collins on 15 February 2018
Project Ireland 2040: a two-tier system for one-off housing
The final National Planning Framework (NPF) unveiled this Friday distinguishes between commuter areas and other rural regions for planning permission guidelines.
By Michael Keaveny on 16 February 2018

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