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Wexford farmer gets 70-day stay on vulture fund sale of farm
Barry Murphy
A Wexford farmer has called on his neighbours and other farmers not to bid at the sale of his lands by a vulture fund.
7 September 2022 Education
Worried about financing your post-secondary education? You’re not alone
There are many options available to help finance your post-secondary education, but it will take a bit of research to find the right solution for you.
27 July 2022 Consumer
Consumer- five steps to help clear your credit card debt
Last week in Irish Country Living, we give advice on tackling debt. This week, we look more specifically at the credit card.
‘Landmark’ decision High Court finds in favour of farmer on land sale
The farmer had wished to restructure his debt, rather than have to sell his farm to repay borrowings.
13 July 2022 News
Colm McCarthy: dangers of a borrowing binge
Inflationary pressures and rising interest rates leave Ireland in a precarious position, writes Colm McCarthy.
22 June 2022 Viewpoints
Farmer Writes: figures for calves and new shed
Kieran Sullivan is weaning calves and getting the paperwork out of the way for the new shed planned for building over the summer.
8 June 2022 Farmer Writes
Fiscal Advisory Council's warnings on public spending
The damage that inflation is doing to living standards is very real – few people are seeing their incomes rise at numbers like 8% per annum.
1 June 2022 Editorial
Editorial: increased risk must be shared across the supply chain
When it comes to forward pricing, farmers need assurances that if costs move outside of an agreed band, the fixed output price will move correspondingly.
25 May 2022 Editorial
Drug related intimidation an issue in farming and rural communities - Gardaí
The extortion can range from a couple of thousand euro up to €100,000, as was handed over in one case to organised crime gangs.
11 May 2022 News
Dairy Management: good time to do a cashflow forecast
Milk prices are high but so too are input prices and cash is in big demand, writes Aidan Brennan.
9 May 2022 Management
Arrabawn consolidates and lifts profits
Arrabawn Co-op, headquartered in Nenagh in north Tipperary but collecting milk in 15 counties, performed well in 2021 when we look at the numbers.
Arrabawn AGM hears of higher profits
Turnover and profit increase while debt is lowered at Arrabawn as investment future-proofs the business, according to CEO.
27 April 2022 News