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William Conlon
William Conlon

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The price differential for both weanling and finishing ration around the country is quite varied, an Irish Farmers Journal survey has found.
By William Conlon on 16 November 2017
Clipping the backs of cattle is a practical way of reducing pneumonia as it will help keep animals cooler while they are housed. William Conlon reports
By William Conlon on 16 November 2017
With feeding well under way, the Irish Farmers Journal carried out a price survey on beef and dairy ration prices throughout the country.
By William Conlon on 16 November 2017
Farmers who were hoping to apply may be left disappointed after recent comments made by the Department.
By William Conlon on 16 November 2017
The deadline to complete key actions is fast approaching.
By William Conlon on 16 November 2017
For farmers thinking of applying for TAMS II grant aid it is important that they familiarise themselves with the terms and conditions to ensure they receive full payment.
By William Conlon on 16 November 2017
A lot of farmers are going to be short on bedding this year, the use of peat as a bedding material is not a silver bullet to solve everyone’s problems but it may be a viable alternative.
By William Conlon on 20 November 2017
Unrest continues between private advisors and the Department of Agriculture as payments get delayed.
By William Conlon on 09 November 2017
A greenfield site will not always be an option for dairy farmers looking to expand, but there are many yards that can be adapted to cope with expansion. William Conlon writes
By William Conlon on 11 November 2017
William Mulhall from Derrymullin Farm in Co Kildare made the change from conventional to organic suckler farming in 2015 as part of the Organic Farming Scheme (OFS). William Conlon writes
By William Conlon on 11 November 2017
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