Donegal IFA backs motion of no confidence in remuneration committee
Barry Murphy
An IFA regional chair has said that the process to set the salaries for IFA’s leadership is about transparency.
11 May 2022 Property
44ac farm with nice farmhouse in Donegal
The farm is located in an area that is popular for holiday and leisure, being close to good beaches.
Grass+ Beef: decisions need to be made to maintain grazing quality
Strong growth in most areas of the country means keeping grazing quality ahead of stock now becomes the priority.
Spring sowing done in two rounds in Donegal
Stephen Robb takes a walk through crops in Donegal to see how they are developing this spring.
4 May 2022 Crops
Farmer Writes: another late spring in Donegal
James Strain gives us an insight into the spring he was dealt and how he hopes to make silage in May, however unlikely it is looking at the moment.
4 May 2022 Farmer Writes
Watch: Ernevalley hits €6,400 at red-hot Limousin premier
Trade at the Limousin society premier sale on bank holiday Monday could only be described as on fire, with an average price for bulls of €4,564 and a clearance rate of 93%.
3 May 2022 Pedigree
Beef quotes jump again as beef demand heats up
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade including this week’s factory quotes.
3 May 2022 Markets
Corncrakes begin to arrive in Ireland for breeding season
Birds have been confirmed in Donegal, Mayo, Galway and Kerry so far.
1 May 2022 News
‘Rumblings’ of no confidence in IFA leadership from Cavan
IFA members in a number of counties have expressed their frustration over the pay increases awarded to IFA leadership this month.
27 April 2022 News
West Cork vintage enthusiasts drive to Donegal for charity
The 700km route will take in towns along the west coast of Ireland and the event is in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital and the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund.
25 April 2022 News
Listen: Inishowen EIP - putting cattle back on hill and flexible agroforestry
The Irish Farmers Journal went to the farm of James Breslin in Donegal, to see the actions he has carried out under the Inishowen Uplands European Innovation Partnership (EIP) scheme.
20 April 2022 Schemes
Farmer Writes: all things clover
James Strain delves into the practicalities of growing clover and what he reckons is achievable on his farm in Donegal.
5 April 2022 Farmer Writes