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Find out what’s inside this week’s Irish Farmers Journal.

News Headlines (ROI)

  • Over 23,000 farmers receive ACRES payments – we have the details
  • Hogget prices hit record high
  • Reaction to the Nature Restoration law as it gets the green light
  • Cut to farm inspections a “positive” step - IFA
  • How cattle and sheep farmers are set to lose in EU trade deals
  • Teagasc hikes up farmer fees – how much will you have to pay?
  • Suckler farmers vent fury at ICBF meeting
  • January milk price lags behind global prices
  • New review into labour retention in meat sector
  • We talk to three farmers devastated by TB outbreaks
  • News Headlines (NI)

  • All BPS entitlement values reduced by 9%
  • Slump in fertiliser sales run into March
  • No change to livestock ration prices
  • Winter bonus keeps Tirlán top for January
  • Why TB should stand for “trouble brewing”
  • AgriBusiness

  • Glanbia’s new CEO gets his tenure off to a strong start
  • A willing buyer does not mean an easy sale of Kerry Dairy Ireland
  • Bank of Ireland lays out risks facing farmers
  • Livestock

  • Tricky weather forces slow start to grazing in Limerick
  • SCEP issues remain big sticking point in ICBF index row
  • SUAS provides blueprint for uplands management
  • Tillage

  • How much are your crops costing you to grow?
  • Tillage area could fall by over 20,000ha
  • Focus – Spring Animal Health

  • Advice on how to avoid animal health problems this March
  • Number of positive BVD results down on 2023
  • How to spot a sick animal on a dairy farm
  • Irish Country Living

  • Sound Pairing: Jenny Kelly and Mairead Ronan discuss careers, motherhood and being cupids in rural Ireland
  • Property: Pair of Carlow farms with a mix of tillage and pasture
  • We talk to the Irish ag grads cultivating success overseas
  • In the second part of our Sugar Series we ask is there a place for future Irish sugar production?
  • Pedigree

  • Ampertaine Teus tees up a new record of 17,000gns in Ballymena
  • Irish genetics bull their way across the world
    • Machinery

    • Irish combine sales hit a 10-year high

  • GPS special - key advice on protecting, insuring and recovering
  • €47,500 for 2015 John Deere 6155R