Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
Machinery pull-out: In our penultimate stockman’s tractor test, Michael Collins tests the New Holland T5. 120. Plus don’t miss our 7-page fertilisers special.
Pedigree pull-out: There was a tough trade at the first Irish bull sale of the year in Carrick-on-Shannon.
Agribusiness: Is it time the EU steps in to swing the pendulum of power back towards the farmer when it comes to fertiliser pricing?
Livestock: More than 30,000 people have signed our letter calling on the European Commission and the Irish Government to recognise the important role that suckler farmers play in maintaining a vibrant rural Ireland.
Martwatch: Coverage on trade at Swatragh, Cashel and Castleisland marts.
Farm Buildings: Sheds with a total of 13 bays were recently completed, with the help of a TAMS grant, on the farm of Pierce Harte to house sheep, straw and grain.
Focus supplement on Lambing: The inclement weather and challenging ground conditions in recent months have presented numerous challenges for flock owners.
Property: Scenic and spectacular, the Lisselan estate has been sold for a sum believed to be under €3m, writes Anthony Jordan.
Irish Country Living: Is there a woman in your life who deserves recognition for her hard work on the farm? If so, we've just launched our Women & Agriculture Awards 2018, brought to you by Irish Country Living and FBD Insurance.
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