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Roscommon holding attracts interest
Paul Mooney
The holding lies within the former Rockingham Estate and is close to the popular Forest Park.
19 May 2022 News
Conventional beef surpassing organic prices - ICSA
The ICSA has said that the market situation for farmers producing organic beef is unsustainable, given the relative price of conventional product.
19 May 2022 News
Community projects granted €160,000 for bog conservation
Groups in Galway, Westmeath, Kildare, Offaly, Mayo, Kerry, Cavan, Monaghan and Dublin have benefited from this round of funding.
Weekly podcast: live exports, beef prices, milk prices and pigs
This week's podcast features Adam Woods on live exports and beef prices, Jack Kennedy on milk prices, Kerry Co-op and the Food Vision dairy group and Noel Bardon on pigs.
19 May 2022 Podcast
'Persistent failure' from authorities on dog control - IFA
The IFA met with Minister Humphreys on Wednesday to seek tougher sanctions for dog attacks.
19 May 2022 News
Seven low-hour Masseys and more up for grabs
Irish Machinery Auctions is hosting an online timed auction with over 70 unreserved lots on behalf of Holden Plant Rentals. Bidding is now live with lots due to close from 11am on Thursday 26 May.
19 May 2022 News
Tillage podcast: rethinking N rates, Flahavan’s, net blotch and solar farms
This week, Stephen, Andy and Siobhan run through key agronomy tips for the week, discuss net blotch and ask if it’s time to rethink nitrogen rates on winter wheat.
19 May 2022 News
Arrabawn lifts April milk price to 47.6c/l
The co-op rose the price paid for April milk supplies on those it paid for the month of March.
19 May 2022 News
War threatens to tip tens of millions into food insecurity - UN
UN Secretary General says that there should be no restrictions on exports or some countries may face long-term famines as a result of the war.
19 May 2022 News
Hilton Foods pig price protest enters second day
Protesters have remained at the demonstration, which began at 6am on Wednesday.
19 May 2022 News
Middle East boost for weanlings
Adam Woods has news of new markets opening up for Irish weanlings.
18 May 2022 Markets
Kerry Co-op poised to move on dairy factories
Kerry Co-op directors are investigating how they might manage the acquisition of the dairy processing arm from Kerry Group.
18 May 2022 News