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Machinery contracting news and informaton from the Irish Farmers Journal

Keep up to date with all developments in the agricultural machinery contracting sector.
Agricultural contractors are facing a difficult time at the moment. Michael Collins spoke to Michael Moroney of FCI.
By Michael Collins on 22 March 2018
Michael Collins spoke to two contractors at opposite ends of the country to one another, but with a lot in common.
By Michael Collins on 22 March 2018
In contracting, you have to expect the unexpected and be equipped to repair anything. Peter Thomas Keaveney takes a look at the five most important tools in a contractor’s workshop.
By Peter Keaveney on 22 March 2018
Michael Collins takes a look at whether secondhand harvesters that are on the market can still cut it in a modern contracting fleet.
By Michael Collins on 22 March 2018
Michael Collins outlines some of the risks associated with contracting and ways to prevent injury to both you and the public.
By Michael Collins on 22 March 2018
FCI ramps up demands for machinery grants
The FCI is seeking a meeting with Minister Creed to request grant access for agricultural contractors.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 31 January 2018
In the past few years various companies have brought prototypes to the market to test the water. The latest among them is Fendt. Dermot Forristal gives a background to this new concept.
By Contributor on 28 December 2017
Laois farmer and contractor Eamon Mansford is using the latest Massey tractor and quicke loader. Alistair Chambers went to have a look.
By Alistair Chambers on 23 November 2017
A small Deutz is being used to great effect on a large mixed farm. Alistair Chambers went to see it.
By Alistair Chambers on 23 November 2017
Machinery news: big names announce big changes in combines, cars and spreaders
The big players in harvesting and grass equipment have announced a series of updates to their machines.
By Michael Collins on 17 August 2017
Having the correct insurance cover in place for a hedge-cutting implement is crucial in the event of an accident or damage occurring, writes Barry Cassidy.
By Barry Cassidy on 27 July 2017
Cathal Quinn runs a modern fleet of machinery and is embracing technology to bring his business forward.
By Alistair Chambers on 14 May 2017
New erth pan buster 3&4 leg pan busterQuick fit points and shinsGra...
Massey Ferguson 6280Very straight clean tractor Good tyres One own...
Ares 697ATZ20095000HElectric Forward/Reverse 32x32 power shift ...
tractor filter and filter kits ClaasRenaultMassey FergusonJ...
GENUINE FENDT FRONT PTO3 X 7000-8000 SERIES YEAR 2012 UP €3000 + VAT S/HAN...

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