Farm machinery

For the latest news in farm machinery in Ireland, you need the Irish Farmers Journal. Browse below for reports, reviews, insights and videos spanning a diverse range of topics about new and vintage farm machinery, motors and more.

‘Fast’ tractor road tests suspended
NCTs and CVRTs have been suspended until further notice.
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The cost of employment: your questions answered
Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with Mary McDonagh, head of payroll services in ifac, to talk about the new PAYE Modernisation system introduced last year and its effect on agricultural contractors.
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Peugeot electrifies its 2020 range
Peugeot has launched the new Peugeot e-208, 3008 Hybrid4 and 508 Hybrid, as the French brand embraces a rapid electrification roll-out in 2020.
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Passat GTE puts Volkswagen in hybrid gap
Volkswagen has entered the new Passat into the hybrid market with a version that’s getting close to diesel car economy as Michael Moroney found out during his recent test drive.
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One-of-a-kind Massey Ferguson 390T
Gary Abbott caught up with Ronnie Martin of Martins' Garage, Bailieboro, Co Cavan, to find out more about his one of a kind MF 390T and why it’s a potential keeper.
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Choosing the right solar PV system is critical to maximising energy generation.
Farmers more than anyone know the importance that the quality of products can have on the longevity and quality of a machine or other purchase.
Welcome to the National Dairy Council
At the NDC, we put our members’ and stakeholders’ needs first. Due to the global pandemic that is Covid-19, NDC staff are working remotely. Our work continues to promote the voice of Irish dairy.
Monaghan-based round baling specialists
Tom Tierney and his nephew Niall Boylan provide a specialised round baling contractor service in the north Monaghan region.
Preparing your teaser bull to secure €21,000 profitability
Achieving a good heat detection rate is crucial to the profitability of your farm.