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Management information for beef cattle from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest beef and cattle farming news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all farming and production news developments in the beef and cattle farming sector.
Adam Woods takes a look at what’s been happening on Tullamore farm over the past week.
By Adam Woods on 12 December 2017
Safety when tagging calves and undertaking other winter tasks
Even the quietest cows can be anxious and aggressive after calving with attacks from freshly calved cows one of the greatest risks on livestock farms.
By Darren Carty on 15 December 2017
With the beef battle increasing in both size and weight, farmers should be checking that animals still have adequate lying space.
By Kieran Mailey on 08 December 2017
With temperatures very cold and snow in places, be careful when feeding high meal diets and outside crops, writes Jack Kennedy.
By Jack Kennedy on 08 December 2017
Whilst 2016 is going to be another challenging year for both the pig and dairy sectors, Barry Hyland, AIB Agri Advisor spoke to Gary Pepper, pig farmer and Noel O’Toole, dairy farmer to find out more.
This week Adam Woods takes a look at ensuring water supply isn't interrupted, marketing cattle at the correct fat score and what to look out for in a cross compliance check.
By Adam Woods on 07 December 2017
This week Adam Woods takes a look at ensuring water supply isn't interrupted, marketing cattle at the correct fat score and what to look out for in a cross compliance check.
By Adam Woods on 07 December 2017
This week Adam Woods takes a look at ensuring water supply isn't interrupted, marketing cattle at the correct fat score and what to look out for in a cross compliance check.
By Adam Woods on 07 December 2017
With straw in short supply across the country any alternate form of bedding needs to be carefully examined this winter. William Conlon writes
By William Conlon on 07 December 2017
Calf scour is caused by different pathogens, each with their own symptoms. Identifying the type of scour will allow for more effective treatment.
By Kieran Mailey on 02 December 2017
Adam Woods reports on the latest happenings on Tullamore farm, including grazing kale and feeding weanlings.
By Adam Woods on 01 December 2017
Silage made in late autumn will have a low feed value and low dry matter. Kieran Mailey outlines a few tips on making the best use of this fodder.
By Kieran Mailey on 01 December 2017
In this week's management notes, Adam Woods takes a look at pneumonia issues in sheds.
By Adam Woods on 01 December 2017
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