Farm machinery

For the latest news in farm machinery in Ireland, you need the Irish Farmers Journal. Our farm and agricultural machinery news is updated daily.

Higher tractor prices drive profits for Case New Holland
Case New Holland said it raised agricultural machinery prices by 2.5% in 2018.
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Claasy beefed-up Torion impresses punters
Claas exhibited the Torion 1410 wheeled loader near the parade arena coupled with a large silage fork at the show.
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MOTORS
Insurance 'Green Card' needed to drive across border if hard Brexit
Car and tractor drivers crossing the border will need proof of international cover if there is no Brexit agreement by the end of March.
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Insignia adds style to big car performance
Opel’s latest Insignia models with a styling upgrade in the Grand Sport versions, offers a big and spacious car, with good economy and has a value tag, according to Michael Moroney.
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VINTAGE
Louth man fulfils lifelong restoration dream
Peter Martin fulfilled a lifelong dream of restoring an Allis Chalmers back to its glory days. Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with the Louth man to find out more.
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Glanbia Co-op to pay €10.9m Trading Bonus to Members
Glanbia Co-operative Society (“Glanbia Co-op”) has confirmed that a total of €10.9 million will be paid to milk supplier Members of the Co-op this month as part of its 2018 Trading Bonus Scheme.
Kerry farmer installs latest Volac computerised feeder
Kerry dairy farmer Kieran Savage has installed the new Volac Urban Alma Pro computerised calf feeder.
Smart solution supports medicine administration on farm
Technology is continuously offering new solutions and supports to Ireland’s farming community. Now a new app will help make managing animal remedies easier.
Switch and Save with Pinergy
In the second instalment of our six part series, we catch up with Richard Hinchion from Crookstown, Co Cork.