All the latest tillage farming news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all farming and production news developments in the tillage farming sector.

Tillage podcast: tillage readers make a difference, grain prices falling
Siobhán Walsh
On this week's show we talk about how tillage readers made a difference for the sector and Darren Carty talks about integrating systems.
22 March 2023 Marts
Forage crops could help land access issues
There are many things that can be done to free up land. One is to encourage tillage and livestock farmers to work together to produce forage crops.
22 March 2023 Marts
Time to work together to grow fodder
This week’s focus covers varieties, costs and returns and opportunities for more forage crops to be grown.
Department recommends three varieties to grow without cover
The Department will restart trials of maize grown under cover this season and will continue to trial maize planted in the open.
22 March 2023 Marts
From the Tramlines: weather halts fieldwork across the country
This week, Conor Kehoe talks to farmers from Derry, Kilkenny and Meath as fields turn very wet across the country.
22 March 2023 From the Tramlines
Tax-free leasing and carbon footprints needed for tillage
This week we publish more opinions and suggestions from tillage farmers on how to support the sector. Thanks to all who have been getting in touch.
22 March 2023 News
IFA to examine co-op for potato growers
Maybe we’re better off with one voice, rather than 200-300 voices or maybe several smaller co-ops that might have 20 or 30 growers, Barry Mitchell, vice-chair of the IFA potato committee said.
22 March 2023 News
Farmer views: potato growers at boiling point on price
There was immense frustration at an IFA potato grower meeting last week, with growers frustrated by the price and demand for their product.
22 March 2023 News
Minister to establish a Food Vision tillage group
The Minister for Agriculture is expected to announce the formation of a Food Vision tillage group.
22 March 2023 News
Grain and oilseed prices take a dramatic drop
Grain prices have dropped dramatically over the past few weeks and this week saw a major dip in cereals and oilseeds.
22 March 2023 News
Irish Distillers pairs up with Heineken to promote regenerative agriculture
Two of Ireland’s leading drinks companies are joining forces to promote regenerative agricultural practices for growing malting barley.
21 March 2023 News
Up to €2,500/ha paid by some vegetable growers to lease land
Rental land for vegetable production needs to be suitable for vegetable growing and close to packing facilities to avoid excessive costs.
21 March 2023 News