Hannah Quinn Mulligan presents a round up of the Irish Farmers Journal's Beef Summit in Ballinasloe, Co Galway.
A new live weather page has been launched on the Irish Farmers Journal website. Over the past three months, 24 weather stations were installed on each of the 12 farms participating in our From the Tramlines programme.
Two stations were placed on each farm and record rainfall, temperature, humidity, wind speed, gusts and wind direction.
Live data from each station is beamed directly to our website for readers to view, but they will also be able to access historical data ranging from one hour ago to one month.
Peter Thomas Keaveney took a trip to Headfort farm in Co Meath to catch up with J&C Sheridan who recently made the move to a four row Grimme potato planter.
Euegene Headon and his son Garrett bought a 2010 British built SAM Vision 4000 this year for their contracting and tillage business.
Spring calving draws to a close and thoughts turn to breeding on Ryan McDowell's farm in Co Antrim.
The Irish Farmers Journal team discuss management of these two infectious diseases.
Understanding the basics of lungworm with the coolest vet in the world or the journal vet.
Architect and teacher Eric and Catherine Osborne are determined to put rural Carlow on the map with their unique pub, accommodation and farm at the foot of Mount Leinster.
The Moree herd was dispersed last week in Dungannon, Co Tyrone.
Learn more about the value of sowing Irish certified seed and its importance for the future of tillage farming.