Sign in to your account
Forgot / Reset Password? Click here
Not registered with Farmers Journal? Register now to read 5 Member articles for FREE
Or

To redeem your unique loyalty code from the print edition click HERE
Just one final step...
You must confirm your email address by clicking on the link we’ve sent to your email address.
You are only one short step away from reading...
Register below to read FIVE Member articles
for free per month.
Or to redeem your unique loyalty code
from the print edition click HERE
Only takes a second!
Already registered with Farmers Journal? Sign in
By registering an account you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
code
Kieran Sullivan
Kieran Sullivan

Contributor, Farmer writes

T:

E:


Kieran Sullivan and his brother farm part-time in Co Waterford. They have recently decided to revive the family sheep and tillage enterprise after many years.

More effort is needed to bridge the gap between farmers’ data and the external analysts who say they can add value to it, writes Kieran Sullivan.
By Kieran Sullivan on 14 November 2017
If we don’t stop to look at it every now and then, life may well pass us by, writes Kieran Sullivan.
By Kieran Sullivan on 26 October 2017
We might want ewes to breed at a certain time of year, writes Kieran Sullivan, but nature has been guiding them longer than we have.
By Kieran Sullivan on 10 October 2017
Our Minister for Agriculture is crying from the same hymn-sheet as pro-Brexiteers by blaming Brussels for the KT Programme “rules”, writes Kieran Sullivan.
By Kieran Sullivan on 25 September 2017
Kieran Sullivan is tweaking his system for next year, with a new terminal sire and earlier lambing.
By Kieran Sullivan on 04 September 2017
Should happy farmers be the goal or the by-product of CAP reform, asks Kieran Sullivan.
By Kieran Sullivan on 22 August 2017
After the big discussion on climate change in his previous column, Kieran Sullivan has returned to more everyday matters.
By Kieran Sullivan on 01 September 2017
Irish citizens will be forced to pay for billions for Government inaction on climate change, writes Kieran Sullivan, but it’s us farmers who’ll be blamed.
By Kieran Sullivan on 24 July 2017
This year has been a better year for lambs, writes Kieran Sullivan, but the clock is already ticking towards 2018.
By Kieran Sullivan on 11 July 2017
‘Big data’ is a potential farm enterprise, writes Kieran Sullivan, but we may need Google or Facebook to generate some cash from it .
By Kieran Sullivan on 26 June 2017
Get full unlimited access to our content. Subscribe to the Irish Farmers Journal
Unlimited access to Irish Farmers Journal via your computer, mobile device, tablet or newspaper delivered to your door.
Already a subscriber? Sign in