Role of vitamin D in bovine TB investigated
Barry Murphy
Scientists north and south of the border are working to investigate the role of vitamin D in cattle herds with recurring TB.
19 October 2022 Northern Ireland
The Dutch experience of cattle disease control
Dr Inge Santman-Berends addressed a conference in Templepatrick to mark 10 years of Animal Health and Welfare NI.
24 September 2022 Management
Dairy management: reducing lameness in the autumn
Autumn can be a high-risk time for lameness in dairy cows, writes Aidan Brennan.
The state of Ireland's forestry and forest products sector
An increasing forest estate is matched by timber production, but there is a need for timber price information and clarification on actual log production.
27 July 2022 Forestry
Barley yields improve as harvest progresses northwards
Crop yields improved considerably as harvest moved inland and northwards but the high proportion of poor crops in the south will limit the national average yield.
20 July 2022 News
Native Oaks vulnerable to non-native moth
Irish trees are battling Dutch elm disease, ash dieback and horse chestnut bleeding canker, but Niamh Kelly warns readers to also be vigilant for the oak processionary moth species.
15 June 2022 Forestry
Vaccinating and dosing – don’t forget the dog
The Irish Farmers Journal veterinary team outlines everything you need to know to keep your dog healthy and in prime working condition.
5 June 2022 Management