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Farm buildings information from the Irish Farmers Journal

Information on farm building design and construction.
William Conlon recently attended a dry stone wall course run by CAFRE at the Greenmount hill farm in Co Antrim, where the focus on the day was building a single skinned wall
By William Conlon on 12 October 2017
Farmers that can afford a €930,000 (£825,000) sheep shed are few and far between, however there are plenty of design aspects which can be taken from Greenmount Hill Farms' sheep shed.
By William Conlon on 05 October 2017
Poor harvests and wet weather conditions meant tillage farmers earned just €2/hr this year, a meeting of the Dáil's Oireachtas agriculture committee heard on Tuesday.
By on 28 September 2017
Black and whites dominated the sale in Bandon, with 450 bullocks going through the sales ring.
By Tommy Moyles on 25 September 2017
The Irish Farmers Journal recently visited a site in Co Wexford to examine the best practice when pouring a mass concrete wall to comply with TAMS II specifications.
By William Conlon on 30 September 2017
While handling units always feature prominently at the National Ploughing Championships it was a pneumatic handling unit which really caught the eye. William Conlon reports.
By William Conlon on 30 September 2017
With the rapid expansion of dairy herds since the abolition of quotas, there is a real need for farmers to assess their current farmyard layout. William Conlon reports.
By William Conlon on 21 September 2017
William Conlon recently visited a four-bay shed which was built to make life easier for a part-time suckler farmer.
By William Conlon on 18 September 2017
International grain price falls dampen UK cereal prices, writes John Sleigh.
By John Sleigh on 07 September 2017
Soil structure affects root penetration, water availability to plants and soil aeration. The Visual Evaluation of Soil Structure assesses structure based on the appearance and feel of soil.
By Odile Evans on 07 September 2017
The Irish Farmers Journal recently visited the farm of Mary and Donal Casey from Co Tipperary as part of a milking machine farm walk organised by Teagasc. William Conlon reports.
By William Conlon on 07 September 2017
With many farmers planning to construct a new parlour in the coming years, the location of the parlour is vital.
By William Conlon on 02 September 2017
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