Edenderry Mart ordered to pay farmer €75,000 who was gored by bull
Amy Forde
The farmer claimed damages after he was attacked and gored by a young bull while in one of the holding pens at Edenderry Mart.
29 September 2022 News
Suckler cow numbers continue to slide
There was 7.396m cattle in Ireland as of June, a 0.5% increase year on year.
28 September 2022 Markets
Turkish market set to reopen for Irish weanlings
Two Irish live exporters are gearing up to fill a contract for Irish weanlings to Turkey.
End of an era in Newtowngore
Adam Woods previews the Newtown Limousin herd dispersal sale which will take place on farm on Saturday 8 October at 1pm.
28 September 2022 Pedigree
Completing a winter finishing budget for young bulls
Higher feed costs will have a significant bearing on the break-even cost of finishing young bulls next spring. Kieran Mailey reports.
28 September 2022 Northern Ireland
Camera at the Mart: plainer cattle an easier trade in Carrigallen
Adam Woods reports from Carriagllen Mart’s Monday night general cattle sale.
28 September 2022 Markets
Beef trade steady
Adam Woods has a roundup of the beef trade and what factories are quoting for finished cattle.
28 September 2022 Markets
Farmer Writes: weighing cattle and calves
The question now for Kieran Sullivan is what to sell and what to keep to let out to grass next March.
28 September 2022 Farmer Writes
Beef Trends: quotes steady despite factory talk
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including the latest factory quotes for finished animals.
28 September 2022 Markets
New Angus autumn extravaganza show and sale in Thurles Mart
Adam Woods previews a new competition hosted by the Irish Aberdeen Angus Association taking place in Thurles Mart on 8 and 9 October.
27 September 2022 Pedigree
Farmer views: ‘The future is looking alright but the expenses are killing us’
The Irish Farmers Journal asked farmers at this week’s Ploughing about the event, their current outlook for the farm sector and what they’d like to see in Budget 2023.
21 September 2022 News
Farmer Writes: minding concentrates, concentrates the mind
With an increase in ration prices over the year, Tommy Moyles is looking at where he can make savings without compromising on animal performance.
21 September 2022 Farmer Writes