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Crop information for tillage farming from the Irish Farmers Journal

The Irish Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing advice and management information to tillage farmers to enhance crop growth and harvests.
Stephen Robb talks to leading US farmer Kip Tom from Indiana, to learn about his business, its history of growth, his political life and future ambitions for growth.
By Contributor on 04 January 2018
Change continues to be part of farming systems but the challenge of representing farmers interests is increasing.
By Andy Doyle on 28 December 2017
While it is involves a high-cost system, tulip bulb production is a very profitable business for growers in the Netherlands.
By Andy Doyle on 28 December 2017
Boortmalt officials believe that the malting barley pricing model used in Ireland has delivered for the growers who avail of the different selling options.
By Andy Doyle on 21 December 2017
A new horticulture assurance scheme aims to bring Irish producers up to internationally recognised standards.
By Contributor on 21 December 2017
Crop insurance provides an important protection mechanism for crop producers in the US. Stephen Robb looks at the options available and how they work.
By Stephen Robb on 14 December 2017
Teagasc estimates that 10% of straw is still in fields. It won't be baled now as we enter December and spring ploughing commences.
By Pat O'Toole on 07 December 2017
The loss of protein crops as an option to provide essential EFA on tillage farms may provide a challenge for a small proportion of farmers but other changes may help fill and EFA area deficit.
By Andy Doyle on 19 December 2017
Damage to non-target crops following the use of dicamba has been a big problem in parts of the US during 2017, writes Stephen Robb.
By Stephen Robb on 30 November 2017
The lack of credible independent variety evaluation forced kevin Rosenbohm to conduct his own corn variety evaluation, writes Stephen Robb.
By Contributor on 30 November 2017
As we contemplate the return of sugar beet in Ireland, it was interesting to visit an efficient sugar plant in Denmark which is somewhat comparable with the previous size of the industry in Ireland.
By Andy Doyle on 23 November 2017
US and EU food controls and regulations were just one of the issues that US agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue spoke candidly about at a recent press conference in Kansas City, writes Stephen Robb.
By Contributor on 23 November 2017
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