Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
Christmas Food Magazine: Don’t miss our 32-page Christmas Food Magazine containing all you need for the perfect festive feast.
Machinery pull-out: Michael Collins got to see the latest updates to Manitou’s range of telescopic loaders, plus don’t miss our five page motoring special.
Pedigree pull-out: Massive crowds packed the ring at Elphin Mart over the weekend for the Charolais Christmas Cracker, writes Shane Murphy.
Agribusiness: Irish fertiliser importers are currently holding back from the nitrogen market as buyers closely watch the evolution of prices.
Livestock: Ciarán Lenehan looks in detail at the winter feeding situation on Tullamore Farm.
Martwatch: Coverage of trade at Enniskillen, Raphoe and Skibbereen marts.
Farm Buildings: Ensuring adequate ventilation in your sheds is vital. William Conlon spoke to JJ Lenehan, buildings officer with Teagasc to examine the different options available.
Focus supplement on energy: After years of inaction, Ireland’s renewable energy sector is about to be jolted awake by a number of regulation changes and support schemes.
Property: Three beef farms in the midlands have come up for sale with a combined guide price of €972,000.
Irish Country Living: Maia Dunphy speaks to us about her new book and her bid to unite a community of mothers.
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