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Over 32,000 TB reactors removed in year up to June
The Department’s TB figures continue to show a worsening of the disease’s trends in herds.
Over 32,000 TB reactors removed in year up to June
Over 32,000 TB reactors removed in year up to June
The Department’s TB figures continue to show a worsening of the disease’s trends in herds.
Sheep kill could fall by over 200,000 head in 2024
Sheep kill could fall by over 200,000 head in 2024
A 100,000 head reduction in breeding ewe numbers, higher mortality and reduced lamb performance could see sheep throughput plummet in 2024.
Keep on top of worm burdens in young cattle
Keep on top of worm burdens in young cattle
With warm conditions forecast to follow rain showers this week, worm burdens will be increasing on grazing swards, which pose a health risk to young cattle.


Farmers misled on straw scheme
Farmers misled on straw scheme
Farmers made key decisions based on the straw scheme this season, as they looked at poor winter crops.
Claas updates greenline range
Claas updates greenline range
Last week Claas launched a suite of updates to its Greenline range, including new mower models, tedders and a new combination baler wrapper. Gary Abbott travelled to South Germany to find out more.
Maximising capacity while minimising spend on slatted tanks
Maximising capacity while minimising spend on slatted tanks
With prices for concrete as they are, maximising value for money is paramount in construction of underground concrete tanks.
Farm Safety Measure reopens for 2024
Farm Safety Measure reopens for 2024
Funded by the national exchequer, the measure will be open until 1 November on agfood.ie.




Watch: Tullamore Farm opens its gates on Tuesday
Watch: Tullamore Farm opens its gates on Tuesday
Adam Woods previews the upcoming National Suckler and Sheep Open Day being held on Tullamore Farm on Tuesday 23 July.
Breeding plan and performance in focus at open day
Breeding plan and performance in focus at open day
Adam Woods previews what will be on display in terms of breeding and animal performance at next week’s suckler and sheep open day on Tullamore Farm.
Breeding plan and performance in focus at open day
Sustainability in focus at the Tullamore Farm Open day
Visitors will see soil test results, biodiversity, clover and combi crop topics covered at the sustainability stand.
What’s on when and where at the Tullamore Farm Open Day
What’s on when and where at the Tullamore Farm Open Day
Adam Woods takes a look at what’s happening at the Irish Farmers Journal Tullamore Farm Open Day
Challenging first six months of year for dairy  SPONSORED
Challenging first six months of year for dairy
Margaret Butler, dairy ingredients manager, Bord Bia, examines the outlook for Irish dairy exports.
Take steps to minimise aftereffects of wet winter on silage, farmers urgedSPONSORED
Take steps to minimise aftereffects of wet winter on silage, farmers urged
Heightened risks of soil and slurry contamination in first-cut grass silage after the wet winter will require extra vigilance with silage making this season, an expert is urging.
Farming for Water EIP in the Castleisland catchmentSPONSORED
Farming for Water EIP in the Castleisland catchment
Kerry Agribusiness is the first milk processor to implement the Farming for Water European Innovation Partnership project. This ambitious project aims to support farmers to protect water quality.
Bridging skills gaps in agriculture: the role of micro-credentials
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Bridging skills gaps in agriculture: the role of micro-credentials
The agriculture and food sectors are rapidly transforming, driven by challenges and technological advancements.