'We are being portrayed as environmental terrorists'
Rachel Donovan
West Cork dairy farmers located in the Timoleague catchment area have said that they got behind Teagasc's Agricultural Catchments Programme since the time it started in 2008.
13 March 2023 News
Supports sought to ‘fast-track’ milking sheep sector
The Director of Sheep Milk Ireland made the case for dairy sheep supports to the Oireachtas committee on agriculture.
22 February 2023 News
My Farming Week: Joe Melody, Clonmoney, Bunratty, Co Clare
Joe is milking 160 Holstein cross British Friesian cows in Co Clare with his dad JJ.
My Farming Week: Paul Delaney, Borrisgreat, Portlaoise, Co Laois
The Laois mixed farmer won the Guinness Perpetual Challenge Cup for malting barley excellence last week.
15 February 2023 News
Danone announces methane reduction plan of 30%
Danone's move to set an absolute methane reduction target signals challenges for Irish dairying.
17 January 2023 News
Agri jobs: manager sought for 220-cow Cavan farm
As the busiest time of year on dairy farms gets under way, there are plenty of jobs on offer in the sector.
7 January 2023 News
Farmer Writes: when farmers are short of food, they feed cows properly
In his latest update from over the pond, English dairy farmer Joe Collingborn talks about the challenges of 2022 which were heightened by a drought lasting over two months.
4 January 2023 News
Dairy farmers dominate land market - but for how long?
Competition from international hedge funds, local business owners, forestry companies and environmental bodies are increasing demand for top quality and marginal land.
28 December 2022 News
‘I’m getting out of contracting for the same reason I got into it-to make money’
A Limerick contractor’s fleet of machinery will be up for grabs at an online retirement dispersal auction on Wednesday 14 December at 7.00pm.
7 December 2022 News