In pictures: Heery's heifers hit over €5,000 in Carrigallen
Adam Woods
Adam Woods reports from Jim Heery’s special sale of weanling heifers in Carrigallen Mart last Saturday.
31 March 2024 News
Ireland still on high alert for bluetongue threat – Department
The Department has said it is continuing to monitor the bluetongue situation closely in Britain.
20 March 2024 News
Investment paying off for Murray Timber Group
A €24m investment in new and replacement technology over the past five years paying dividends for the Ballygar sawmill.
Watch: farmers spread slurry and crash through barricades in Brussels
Cheap imports coming in from Ukraine, rising costs, environmental regulation, farm subsidy supports and the price of fuel are among farmers' issues.
26 February 2024 News
Watch: farmers protest in Ghent and Brussels
The impact of EU policy on farming has not been taken account of, farmers say, as they protest in Ghent and Brussels.
1 February 2024 News
French farmers block motorways in protest
Alongside blocking roads with tractors, French farmers have sprayed manure on public buildings, dumped rotting produce and covered roads with soil.
31 January 2024 News
IFA to hold nationwide solidarity protest on Thursday
Farmers feel they are being regulated out of business by Brussels bureaucrats and Department of Agriculture officials, IFA president Francie Gorman said.
31 January 2024 News
Farmers arrive in Brussels for protest action
Farmer protests have swept across Europe in recent weeks, with farmers arriving in Brussels this Wednesday as EU leaders prepare to meet for an EU summit.
31 January 2024 News
IFA not taking to the streets for now - Gorman
With farmers in France, Germany and Belgium protesting, the president of Ireland's largest farm organisation says that the IFA will pursue a policy of dialogue and engagement for the present.
29 January 2024 News
ICMSA welcomes new EU council’s position on food security
Belgium took over the presidency of the council of the EU, stating that it will pay “specific attention to our food production autonomy”.
5 January 2024 News
Joskin unveil new macerator
At Agritechnica, Joskin showcased its latest version of its Scalper macerator, which the Belgian manufacturer originally patented in 1991.
23 December 2023 News
Glyphosate licence approval to be challenged in court
The European Commission is expected to decide on a 10-year re-approval of glyphosate in the coming days.
21 November 2023 News