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Farmers Journal weekly podcast: Milk cuts, what now for BDGP and machinery tips
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Farmers Journal weekly podcast: Milk cuts, what now for BDGP and machinery tips

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In this week's podcast: milk price cuts, farmers' opinions on the new suckler scheme, trailer loads of machinery news and a new beauty column in Irish Country Living.
In this week's podcast: milk price cuts, farmers' opinions on the new suckler scheme, trailer loads of machinery news and a new beauty column in Irish Country Living.

The Irish Farmers Journal weekly podcast is brought to you by Ornua, the home of Irish dairy.

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Dairy editor Jack Kennnedy discusses the latest milk price cuts, and says is good news too.
As the dust settles on the new Beef Data and Genomics scheme, Patrick Donohoe asks for the views of three suckler farmers.
Machinery editor James Maloney talks to tillage editor Andy Doyle about upcoming supplements on loaders and tractors, down to the tax implications of investing machinery, as well as the Crops and Spraying event coming up next week.
And Irish Country Living's features editor Maria Moynihan introduces a new beauty column – with a promise for make-up tips that don't cost the Earth.

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Listen back to last week's special discussion: The Irish Farmers Journal's markets specialist Phelim O'Neill analyses the fallout from the first suspected BSE case in Ireland in two years.

Missed the previous episodes of the podcast? Catch up here: www.farmersjournal.ie/podcast

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