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Teresa Roche is new IFA farm family chair
Anne O'Donoghue
Teresa Roche succeeds Alice Doyle, who will take up her position as deputy president of the IFA next week.
27 December 2023 News
Farm women at the centre of the industry and the paper
The evolution of Irish Country Living has been the work of many hands, writes Mairead Lavery.
14 December 2023 News
Minister must find solution to concerns around beef index changes - Sinn Féin
The changes to the ICBF indices have caused significant frustration and worry within the farming community, Sinn Féin spokesperson on agriculture Claire Kerrane has said.
Tirlán and Dairygold join forces on solar venture
FarmGen systems can deliver energy savings of between 20% and 50% per year on dairy farms.
29 November 2023 News
Almost one quarter of all Irish farmers have suicidal ideation
Embrace FARM and HUGG joined forces to offer support and information for farm families dealing with bereavement and suicide through an online webinar, writes Sarah McIntosh.
29 November 2023 News
Deadline extended for RDS sustainable agriculture awards
Winners of each of the five categories will receive €2,000 and an RDS silver medal.
23 November 2023 News
Embrace FARM launches Christmas jumper to support farm families
Embrace FARM currently provides a range of supports to over 400 Irish farm families impacted by sudden injury and loss.
9 November 2023 News
Lakeland Dairies launches 0.5c/l sustainability payment
The incentive payment runs from 2024 to 2026 and it has been designed to support suppliers in reducing the carbon footprint of their dairy enterprise.
8 November 2023 News
Tirlán and Dairygold join forces on solar venture
FarmGen systems can deliver energy savings of between 20% and 50% per year on dairy farms.
8 November 2023 News
Opinion: the IFA presidential election deserves your involvement
If you haven't heard the IFA presidential candidates, it hasn't been from the lack of opportunity. Next Monday provides one last chance, writes Pat O'Toole.
4 November 2023 Opinion
Phase two of land use review begins
The review will also recognise that the measures available to farmers will be voluntary and done in partnership and collaboration with Government.
'At least' 5,000ac of crops unharvested this year
Heavy rain on Tuesday night means the 2023 cereal harvest is now effectively over, with thousands of acres uncut.
11 October 2023 News