Irish Farmers Journal

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News Headlines (ROI)

  • €50,000 grant to refurbish derelict farmhouses
  • Fears mount farmers will be excluded from energy scheme
  • Three in four farmers cut fertiliser usage
  • Tirlán open for new milk
  • Bord Bia ‘concerned’ about threats to EU beef price
  • Processors hit pause on milk prices
  • New nitrates derogation limits to hit all regions
  • News Headlines (NI)

  • Plant-based only at top NI business dinner
  • Increased payments rates for EFS wider level
  • Fertiliser gets another price hike
  • Maedi Visna outbreak is under control, says DAERA
  • AgriBusiness

  • Things are very tight in global diesel markets
  • Get used to diesel costing more than petrol at the pump
  • A mild winter and a weak dollar needed to provide relief
  • FrieslandCampina and Arla explore merger
  • Livestock

  • Looking out for lungworm in autumn
  • From farming and teaching to football and typing
  • Getting ewes ready for breeding at Tynan Abbey
  • Guarding against inbreeding in hill sheep flocks
  • Tillage

  • Teagasc crops forum provides update on many serious issues
  • Harvesting beans and running expensive fridges
  • Focus: Forestry

  • Development agency would be a step forward
  • Widespread support for a forestry development agency
  • Assessing forestry and the public mood
  • Irish Country Living

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  • Pedigree

  • Red U Lady reels in €6,000 in Roscrea
  • Sommet de l’Élevage to host national and international competitions
  • North Eastern Holstein Friesian breeders raise €18,000 for Ukraine
  • Machinery

  • Combine registrations down 30% as late deliveries hide true figures
  • 2000 New Holland TX66 combine scoops €40,000 at midlands auction
  • Four-wheel drive Ford 7000 up for grabs at Munster auction
  • Bobcat launches MT100 mini track loader