‘Some vets would gladly be taken over’
Not all vets are against the prospect of being taken over by non-veterinary bodies. Some believe that it is the only way to earn sustainable retirement.
3 January 2018 News
Vets considering legal action over ownership changes
Major shifts in the veterinary landscape in Ireland are on the way after changes were made as to who can own and operate a practice.
27 December 2017 News
Radical vet changes on the way
Sweeping changes to the way in which vets are owned in Ireland are set to come to the fore, report Patrick Donohoe and Paul Mooney.
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: fodder crisis, weather and organic farmers
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from today, Friday 22 December.
22 December 2017 News
Counties matched up for fodder donation
With prices for silage seemingly out of control, the IFA has launched a service to keep a lid on prices.
20 December 2017 News
Farming community rallies around sick child
A baby girl is in need of a liver transplant and a group of farmers in the southeast is working on a major fundraising campaign to help with the associated costs.
20 December 2017 News
Dairygold board elections take place
Two new members have been elected to the board of Dairygold, the co-op has confirmed.
20 December 2017 News
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: IFA elections, rural crime and wet weather
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from today, Friday 15 December.
15 December 2017 News
Call for action on fodder as crisis looms
Farmer fears over a real fodder crisis continue to mount, with a new survey revealing a worrying picture on fodder stocks.
13 December 2017 News
Commission examining Irish land eligibility
The European Commission is examining the issue of land eligibility on Irish farms. This was first revealed by the Irish Farmers Journal.
13 December 2017 News
Meet the candidates: ICSA president race
Ahead of the ICSA presidential election next week, Patrick Donohoe spoke to the two candidates current presidetn Patrick Kent and his challenger Seamus Sherlock.
13 December 2017 News
Co-ops hold milk price as PPI drops
As dairy markets continue to struggle, two of the country's biggest dairy processors have held the milk price for November.
13 December 2017 Markets