Bales of hay stolen in Clare
Rachel Donovan
It is understood that six round bales of hay were stolen.
4 May 2024 News
No suspension of Scottish log imports - Minister
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue was responding to a question asking his position on suspending log imports from Scotland due to the presence of the bark beetle there.
3 May 2024 Pedigree
First summer show of year cancelled due to poor weather
Newmarket-On-Fergus, Co Clare, was set to be the first summer show of the season and was cancelled due to poor weather conditions, Shanon Kinahan writes.
Spilling the tea with Maitre D'
The Maitre D' is back with more Irish food goss and goings-on around the country.
24 April 2024 News
Majority of Irish MEPs vote for trade support measures for Ukraine
Clare Daly and Mick Wallace voted against extending the suspension of import duties and quotas on Ukrainian agricultural products for another year.
23 April 2024 News
Independent TD Michael McNamara enters race for Europe
The independent Clare TD has pledged to push for environmental funding for farmers separate to CAP if elected in June.
23 April 2024 News
ACRES scheme a proper disaster for the Burren, say farmers
Almost a year and a half on from the Burren Programme being replaced by ACRES, local farmers Michael Davoren and Michael Collins speak to Anne O’Donoghue about the impact on the landscape and farmers.
10 April 2024 Feature
Suicide prevention event for Clare farmers
Farmers in Clare are being encouraged to attend a suicide prevention night on Tuesday 16 April.
10 April 2024 News
Big crowds travel to Clare for opening of Massey Ferguson tractor museum
Over 500 machinery enthusiasts from all over the country made their way to Kilrush in Co Clare last week to attend the official opening of a tractor museum dedicated to the Life of Harry Ferguson.
3 April 2024 News
Wettest March in Kerry since 1963 - Met Éireann
Rainfall during March 2024 has been above average in most places, but it was wettest in the south and east.
3 April 2024 News
Over €28,000/ac paid for farm in Clare
This price for nice land with a traditional farmhouse set a record. But average price across the full range of land types was up too, exceeding €9,000/ac.
20 March 2024 News
Large animal practices 'screaming out for vets'
In order to study veterinary in Poland more emphasis is placed on an entrance exam rather than the overall points received in the leaving certificate.
6 March 2024 News