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Farming diversification ideas and information from the Irish Farmers Journal

Information on farming diversification news, ideas and grants.
The MREF met Minister Naughten to push for support for micro-generation projects.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 30 January 2018
Watch: 4,500 Lego bricks in Claas Lexion model
Playing with Lego isn't just for kids, just ask Polish man Michal Skorupka, a Lego modeller who has put 4,500 bricks together to make a Claas Lexion.
By Michael Keaveny on 13 January 2018
William Mulhall from Derrymullin Farm in Co Kildare made the change from conventional to organic suckler farming in 2015 as part of the Organic Farming Scheme (OFS). William Conlon writes
By William Conlon on 11 November 2017
Irish farmers are yet to fully get behind the move to bee-friendly farming, however the industry has begun to move in the right direction. William Conlon reports.
By William Conlon on 09 October 2017
Local environmental issues may be best dealt with by using solutions suited to the challenges of each local community.
By Andy Doyle on 21 September 2017
Barry Cassidy reports from a Teagasc organic farm walk in Co Galway where Kenneth Keavey employs more than 25 people off 41 acres.
By Barry Cassidy on 03 August 2017
This week's environment section has advice for spraying and information about getting events registered for National Heritage Week.
By Darren Carty on 18 May 2017
Beef prices are steady and contiue to increase, but the edge has gone off the lamb trade.
By David Wright on 25 August 2016
This week's environment section covers controlling ragwort and a reminder that the hedge row cutting season is not fully open until 31 August.
By Peter Varley on 18 August 2016
An error in the completion of the 2013 and 2014 sheep and goat census resulted in goat numbers being over-calculated by between 3,600 and 4,800 head.
By Darren Carty on 11 August 2016
Farmers and contractors are having great difficulty getting Wild bird covers established due to crow damage after planting.
By Nathan Tuffy on 14 July 2016
Part-time Tipperary farmers found a way to feed multiple calves at once with minimum stress.
By Peter Varley on 19 November 2015
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