Farmland in short supply in Dublin
Paul Mooney
A significant number of other land holding were offered for sale but were excluded from our calculations.
7 March 2023 News
World first: Irish company makes fertiliser from recycled waste
Recycled liquid waste will be turned into fertiliser with a 98% lower carbon footprint by a Dublin company.
24 February 2023 Living Life
Fashion and farming: more in common than you realise
Speaking with Eddie Shanahan ahead of the ARC Fashion Show, Caitríona Bolger discovers primary food producers may have more in common with fashion designers.
Good-quality silage making up to €45/bale
While demand for hay appears to be slow across the country, the market for silage is hot, particularly among dairy farmers.
22 February 2023 News
Tomatoes and cucumbers in short supply
January frost, snow and rain in Spain have led to a reduced supply of tomatoes and cucumbers to the Irish and UK markets.
21 February 2023 News
Over 700 farmers accepted for Revenue's energy support scheme
The scheme allows eligible farmers and businesses to get money back on their gas and electricity bills from the winter period.
4 February 2023 News
Old cattle bones offer insights into Ireland’s megalithic construction - UCD
Recent UCD data strongly suggests the use of animal labour in the middle neolithic period in Ireland.
1 February 2023 News
Agri jobs: farm assistant sought on 550-cow dairy farm
Just a 10-minute drive from Kilkenny city, this farm boasts modern facilities, including a 60-point rotary, auto-drafter and good grazing infrastructure.
28 January 2023 News
ICSA calls on farmers to block vegan ads
The ICSA has criticised the funding and facilitation of vegan advertisement campaigns that encourage consumers to step away from agricultural products.
23 January 2023 News
Three Dublin girls working to save the ash tree
Three Ballbriggan students discovered that the application of some plant hormones can control the growth of the fungus that causes ash dieback.
21 January 2023 News
Views at Dublin’s live crib: ‘it’s lovely to see live animals’
Visitors to the Irish Farmers Association live animal crib in St Stephen’s Green shared their views on why its goat, sheep and donkey should be back again next year.
27 December 2022 News
Donkey with taste in time for Christmas
Thousands of visitors, young and old, flocked to the IFA live animal crib in St Stephen’s Green before it closed on Thursday.
21 December 2022 News