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Machinery
In pictures: mint-condition 14t Broughan trailer secures €17,200
Peter Thomas Keaveney
A mint-condition 2021 Broughan 14t dump trailer secured €17,200 at an online auction in Carlow last week.
28 June 2022 Property
Record price of €24,000/ac for farmland on the Dublin-Meath border
The property comprised a modern two-storey farmhouse with an adjoining farm building surrounded by 152ac of top-quality tillage ground.
22 June 2022 News
2006 John Deere 6820 with just 1,574 hours up for grabs
Michael Doyle Auctions is set to host a farm machinery clearance auction which will include a one-owner 2006 John Deere 6820 with just 1,574 hours on the clock.
26ft Broughan livestock trailer secures €27,400 at Midlands auction
Hennessy Auctioneers hosted its June online machinery auction on Saturday 18 June when a 2022 26ft Broughan livestock trailer secured €27,400 plus VAT.
22 June 2022 News
Special dispersals form highlights of Hennessy machinery auction
Hennessy Auctioneers will host its monthly machinery auction this Saturday 18 June at its new premises in Portlaoise.
16 June 2022 News
Baileys Regina hits €13,500 in timed auction
The Baileys Limousin Herd held a successful timed auction sale of 16 heifers over the June bank holiday weekend.
15 June 2022 Pedigree
British Wool payments to farmers jump 135%
The outlook for wool prices in Britain is in contrast to that facing Irish sheep farmers.
7 June 2022 News
Animal rights protest held at NBA beef expo
Animal rights protestors targeted the NBA beef expo at Darlington Farmers Auction Mart.
1 June 2022 Northern Ireland
Farms selling well at auctions
It's been a busy few weeks for farmland auctions and most properties brought to auction have met good bidding.
26 May 2022 News
26ft Broughan cattle trailer from 2018 commands €26,600 at online auction
Among the highlights from Hennessy Auctioneers' May sale was a 2018 26ft cattle trailer, which sold for €26,600.
26 May 2022 News
Dairy Trends: Arla lifts June farmgate milk price by 5c/l
Infant formula sales will rise on the back of the US decision to source as much milk powder as it can from across the world, including Ireland.
25 May 2022 News
Over 7,500ac of solar farms receive funding
While welcoming the enhanced investment in solar farms by Government, the Micro-Renewable Energy Federation has warned the same investment must be applied to support farmers put solar panels on sheds.