Amy Forde has been appointed as a News Correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal. Amy previously worked as a journalist at Agriland for two years, where she covered a range of news topics. She has an Arts degree from NUI Galway as well as an MA in Journalism and Media Communications from Griffith College Dublin. Hailing from Co Galway, she is interested in all things sport and plays camogie with Good Counsel GAA club in Dublin.
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, Friday 16 March.
Met Éireann has issued two snow-ice warnings for St Patrick’s Day and the rest of the weekend.
In February, Kerry Foods announced that it was seeking 31 redundancies due to falling euro-sterling exchange rates after the Brexit vote of 2016.
A new report has called on the UK government to do more to clarify the rules, processes and technical measures that will allow the current frictionless border arrangements to continue.
On Thursday, the Revenue and An Garda Síochána dismantled an illicit cigarette factory in Jenkinstown, Co. Louth
We look back at who had a week to remember in the farming world and those who had a week to forget.
A new report has found that farmers and other priority groups in Ireland are more vulnerable to suicide.
Dan Lynch is a dairy farmer and Gaeilgeoir from Co Cork, Amy Forde spoke to him about the weather, challenges for farming and his thoughts on the next CAP.
By Amy Forde on 14 March 2018