Met Éireann is forecasting a cool and breezy day with sunny spells and showers, many of them heavy or with hail and thunder. Maximum temperatures will range between 9°C and 12°C in fresh and gusty southwest to west wind, which will be strong in Atlantic coastal counties. Winds will remain fresh and gusty at night and temperatures will drop to between 4°C and 6°C.
In the news
What next for LacPatrick after Aurivo becomes the latest co-op interested in a merger?MEPs want to cut antibiotics use and free up land for young farmers.Tullamore Farm is just one of many benefiting from improving weather and grass growth – at last.The EU has cleared Ireland's tax on sugar-rich soft drinks under competition rules.Applicants to Northern Ireland's Environmental Farming Scheme (EFS) can request additional time to complete works because of the past few months' bad weather.
Coming up on www.farmersjournal.ieThe Heritage Bill including proposed changes to hedge-cutting dates is back before the Oireachtas.My Farming Week comes from a drystock farm in Co Dublin.Listen to our weekly podcast.
What’s on todayLisduff Angus Bull sale, Midd Tipp Mart, Thurles, 12.30pm.Teagasc Pig Research Dissemination Day, Ballyhaise, Co Cavan, 2pm.
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