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

News Headlines (ROI)

  • We reveal a black market emerging for fertiliser sales
  • Concerns over a total ban on horse slaughter
  • We reveal why cereal area is down by 10,000ha
  • Suicide three times higher amoung older farmers than non-farming counterparts
  • Battle begins for EU top jobs
  • Feed sales soar as grass growth falters on farm
  • One in four farmers to cut cow numbers
  • EU nature restoration law finalised amid controversy
  • Commision pledges zero tolerance for fraud stance in horse slaughter
  • TB testing false psoitives and invisible lesions an issue
  • News Headlines (NI)

  • UFU pushes back on Murir’s plans for NIEA
  • DAERA confirms switchover to XI tags
  • A battle to keep grass under control
  • Find out why grass yields are to rise 17% due to climate change
  • AgriBusiness

  • Battlelines drawn for Kerry milk supplies
  • China responds to tariffs on electric vehicles
  • Livestock

  • Lower grass rates a major risk to feed security and costs
  • Heat the limiting factor in poor growth
  • High end weanling producer averaging €1,700 for calves
  • Coming out the right side of a challenging year
  • Tillage

  • Disease levels moderate, gates starting to close
  • Winter barley turns as weather improves
  • Focus – BEEF2024

  • BEEF2024- securing your future
  • See the full BEEF2024 site map
  • What to expect from BEEF2024
  • Irish Country Living

  • Read how Andrea Mara has reinvented herself as a thriller queen
  • Bullying in a small rural school is difficult, writes our Desperate Farmwife
  • Why an ADHD diagnosis changed one farmer’s life
  • Transparency on pay rates on the way
  • Pedigree

  • In pictures: Take a look at pictures from all the summer show as the season swings into action
  • Cork claim Charolais All-Ireland
    • Machinery

    • Almost one in three new tractor sales between 161hp and 200hp

  • Cereals 2024: the highlights
  • Hear all about the Tipp man ploughing his furrow down under