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Anthony Jordan
Anthony Jordan

Education and careers correspondent

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ajordan@farmersjournal.ie



A number of properties were put to auction in the west of Ireland in the last week.
By Anthony Jordan on 24 May 2018
If you are a small to medium-sized business planning to take on your first employee, HR can be daunting. Caroline McEnery MD of HR Suite shares the basics that every start-up should know.
By Anthony Jordan on 24 May 2018
A top-quality farm, previously used as an equine facility, it could satisfy a number of different enterprises.
By Anthony Jordan on 24 May 2018
An offer of 101 acres in Cork is a valuable farm from an agricultural point of view, but this holding in Douglas has the capability to far exceed agricultural value, writes Tommy Moyles.
By Anthony Jordan on 24 May 2018
100 acres of excellent quality ground has hit the market along the N52 in Offaly, writes Anthony Jordan.
By Anthony Jordan on 24 May 2018
A residential holding that was owned by former Cavan chair and vice-president of the IFA, AM Smith, remains on the market as we approach June, writes Anthony Jordan.
By Anthony Jordan on 15 May 2018
22 acres for €230,000 in Kildare are up for auction.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 May 2018
A substantial holding has come to the market in Ballymalonemore near Ballina, Tipperary, encompassing 105 acres.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 May 2018
A small holding in Laois made almost €18,000/ac at auction last week, with other results not falling the way auctioneers would have liked.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 May 2018
A residential holding that was owned by former Cavan chair and vice-president of the IFA, AM Smith, remains on the market as we approach June, writes Anthony Jordan.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 May 2018
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