Much like Thursday, Friday will be mainly dry with a good few sunny spells too, despite some clouds in places as well. There is, however, a risk of showers, but these will be light and most places will be dry for the day. According to Met Éireann, temperatures will range from 10°C to 13°C.
In the news
Profits on dairy farms fell by a quarter last year according to new figures.Algerian buyers have been shopping for Irish cattle. Some 1,200 head are expected to sail later this year.Milk supplies continue to rocket. Volumes for April are forecast to up be 15% when compared with the same time last year.Are you paying too much for fencing equipment? Our new series examines what you should be paying.And finally, one lucky Co Longford family is planning on a new investment after a big win on the lottery.
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There are two events on in our agri calendar today.The Geashill Agri Store is having its relaunch all day from 9am to 6pm. You can meet the team and pick up great offers.One for the forestry experts. The Society of Irish Foresters is having a field day at 10am in Fletcher woodland, Tickincor lower, Co Waterford. The crew will meet at Nagle’s Bar on the Main Street in Kilsheelan in Co Tipperary.
To check out any of the agri events in our calendar, click here.