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Budget 2018: what it means for farmers, fury over new €14m land tax, plus don’t miss our 13-page focus on winter feed.
Budget 2018: what it means for farmers, fury over new €14m land tax, plus don’t miss our 13-page focus on winter feed.

Machinery pull-out: As pressure mounts to get slurry spread before the 15 October deadline, we look at one way of making light work of a large job.

Pedigree pull-out: Last week, Shane Murphy travelled to France to the Sommet de l’Elevage – one of France’s largest agricultural shows.

Agribusiness: Food economist Ciaran Fitzgerald, questions supermarket dominance in the food supply chain and highlights how it stifles innovation.

Livestock: Beef editor Adam Woods takes a look at the annual Teagasc beef budget and what prices are needed for finished animals in the next 12 months.

Martwatch: Coverage of trade at Bandon, Ballymote and Markethill marts.

Farm Buildings: The Farm Buildings Association recently held its annual study tour. This year the destination was the Massif Central region of France.

Focus supplement on Winter Feed: Time to take stock of feed for this winter.

Property: A stylish traditional stud farm is creating quite a buzz at the moment, writes Anthony Jordan.

Irish Country Living: As managing director of Polar Ice Ltd – Ireland’s leading dry ice manufacturer – is Alison Ritchie Ireland’s very own Elsa from Disney’s Frozen?

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