Northern Ireland
McLenaghan wins UFU deputy race
David Wright
Five candidates were in the running for a second UFU deputy president position.
27 April 2022 Northern Ireland
NI farmers using spreadsheets for digital VAT
Since April 2019, most farm businesses have had to keep digital VAT records and submit returns to HMRC through a digital link.
26 March 2022 Northern Ireland
County average up by £2,500/acre
The Oakleaf County continues to rank fifth place across northern counties for land price.
Land prices soar to record highs
A good year financially across almost all farming sectors saw more farmer activity in the land market during 2021
15 March 2022 News
Win the ‘pound field’ in the Donegal Gaeltacht
Na Magha is Derry city’s only hurling and camogie club.
9 March 2022 Dealer
19-year-old Fiat 110-90 fetches £67,200 (€80,151) at Derry auction
A pristine example of 2003 Fiat New Holland 110-90 sold for a whopping £67,200 (€80,151) at a machinery auction held in Co Derry on Saturday 22 January.
26 January 2022 News
Watch: an on-farm milk vending machine in Donegal
Anne O’Donoghue visits Shannon Porter from Co Donegal to discuss her new on-farm milk vending machine venture, The Milk Bar.
12 January 2022 Features
Almost 12,000 acres for sale in NI during 2021
While the supply of land on the market remained relatively steady last year, it still represents a very small proportion of all farmland in Northern Ireland.
5 January 2022 News
A 'difficult time' for NI's poultry industry as another bird flu case suspected
Another case of bird flu has been detected in Derry, with Northern Ireland's confirmed cases coming to a total of four.
21 December 2021 News
Derry contractor finds balance in Armatrac
Peter Thomas Keaveney visited Derry contractor David Kingg, a one-man owner-operator, to find out why he invested in a new Armatrac 1104 Lux last year, and how the machine has performed to date.
17 November 2021 Farm machinery
From the Tramlines: mild weather continues to drive crop growth
Stephen Robb talks to growers from counties Donegal, Meath and Derry where the continued mild weather is driving crop growth.
10 November 2021 Crops
ICL Podcast #34: farming and home renovations in Co Derry
Growing up on a beef farm in Co Armagh, Saoirse McClelland couldn’t see herself farming in the future, but that has all changed now in Co Derry.
9 September 2021 Podcast