NEWS
Watch: ploughman's wrap – Ploughing bounces back for day three despite rain
We bring you all the action from day three of the National Ploughing Championships of 2018, where 81,500 people descended on Screggan to roar the Ploughing back into life.
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EDITORIAL
Glanbia announces new equipment fund
The new Glanbia Ireland FundEquip scheme will cover the purchase of critical infrastructure on dairy farms.
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Your guide to the 2018 National Ploughing Championships
From September 18-20, Screggan, Tullamore will transform for the 87th annual National Ploughing Championships. Here’s everything you need to know & what you just can’t miss if you’re heading to Offaly
Farmer Writes: stone walls and the pleurisy
Tim Gubbins manages an 8,000ac property in Western Victoria and sees differences between European and Australian farming practices.
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Farmer Writes: Roundup is a victim of circumstance
Gerald Potterton is concerned at the amount of pesticides which are under review and may be withdrawn.
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Your guide to the 2018 National Ploughing Championships
From September 18-20, Screggan, Tullamore will transform for the 87th annual National Ploughing Championships. Here’s everything you need to know & what you just can’t miss if you’re heading to Offaly
DEALER
FarmAid 34 pushes family farm agenda
Willie Nelosn, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews headline as the farming charity holds it's annual festival.
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Six innovations to improve farm safety
With farm safety becoming increasingly important, Eoin Lowry looks at some of the innovations that focus on safety at this year's Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena.
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Your guide to the 2018 National Ploughing Championships
From September 18-20, Screggan, Tullamore will transform for the 87th annual National Ploughing Championships. Here’s everything you need to know & what you just can’t miss if you’re heading to Offaly
FORESTRY
Coillte sells wind farms and pays €8m dividend to the State
The state-owned forestry company has off-loaded its existing wind farms and posted record operating profit for 2017.
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First dry anaerobic digestor installed in Ireland
Fertiliser production is the focus of a new technology now trialled in Ireland by Alchemy Utilities.
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Ireland set to process over 100m chickens for the first time
The average Irish person eats 36kg of poultry a year making it the most popular meat in the country. This year, it looks likely over 100m birds will be processed for the first time.
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