Farmers have greatest need of Samaritans' services
Barry Murphy
Loneliness and isolation have seen an increase in calls from farmers to mental health charity Samaritans.
28 September 2022 News
Minister defends budget and confirms only 30,000 places for ACRES in 2023
The Irish Farmers Journal sat down with Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue to discuss Budget 2023 this week.
27 September 2022 News
Origin Enterprises reports revenue growth to €2.3bn
Origin Enterprises has reported a strong financial performance over the last year, despite what it described as “exceptional price volatility” for feed and fertiliser raw materials.
Countdown on for the return to Ratheniska
Almost 40km of trackway has been laid at the Laois site, with over 300,000 people expected to pass through the gates over the three day event.
15 September 2022 News
Farm penalties almost double
Over a third of all infringements were for the for the Statutory Management Requirement on cattle identification and registration.
14 September 2022 News
NI news round-up: energy costs, show support and slow-reared chickens
Weekly round-up of news from the farming industry in Northern Ireland.
7 September 2022 Northern Ireland
Energy use on farms down 28% in 20 years
Energy use on farms has seen a steady decrease over the past 20 years.
7 September 2022 Climate and environment
Macra president John Keane welcomes you back to Macra
With the threat from COVID-19 to our activities lessening, Macra president John Keane welcomes young people back to Macra.
7 September 2022 Community
Complaints against vets jumped by 71% in 2021
The Veterinary Council of Ireland has conducted analysis of the complaints received in 2021 following the increase.
6 September 2022 News
Energy emissions up 5.4% in 2021 – SEAI
Despite efforts to increase renewable energy production, emissions from the energy sector rose 5.4% in 2021, according to the SEAI.
5 September 2022 News
Early BPS money to NI farmers
BPS payments were being issued six weeks early to help alleviate cashflow issues caused by spiralling farm input costs.
31 August 2022 Northern Ireland
Future bright for forestry, despite challenges – Hackett
Following more than four years, the second Woodland Festival got under way last Sunday.
31 August 2022 Forestry