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Machinery
Kuhn to display over 20 machines at Cereals
Gary Abbott
Kuhn will showcase over 20 machines on its Cereals 2024 stand, including a debut for its Tineliner and Rowliner mechanical weeders.
22 May 2024 Features
Desperate Farmwife: Clarkson is not alone in ‘farming the unfarmed’
Jeremy Clarkson did not invent ‘farming the unfarmed’ – Irish women on farms have been masters at it for centuries, writes our Desperate Farmwife, as she looks forward to continuing the tradition.
18 May 2024 Management
Five tips for first cut silage
As silage season moves into top gear across Ireland, outlined are some tips to keep in mind.
The Grass Week: heat starting to drive growth but rain not helping matters
While growth is on the up, a lot of farms are still struggling with conditions underfoot after some torrential showers.
18 May 2024 Grass & feeding
Forage and fertility in focus at UGS spring dairy meeting
The Beattie family gave an overview of their 180 cow herd when hosting the Ulster Grassland Society's spring dairy meeting last week. Kieran Mailey reports.
Growing fodder for another farmer
There is a fodder deficit on many farms across the country. Tillage and livestock farmers could work together to fill this deficit.
21 April 2024 News
CAFRE advice on cutting waste in dairy
David Wright reports from a farm walk organised by CAFRE, on the McConnell farm outside Armagh.
17 April 2024 Northern Ireland
Q&A: key questions on new fodder scheme answered
The Irish Farmers Journal received a large volume of calls over the last week from farmers with a number of questions in relation to the new fodder subsidy scheme. Here are the answers.
17 April 2024 Schemes
Weather woes spark demand for silage
Demand for silage is quickly rising as fodder shortages on livestock farms intensify
10 April 2024 Northern Ireland
Reducing livestock emissions with red clover silage
The benefits of red clover were outlined to farmers during a webinar hosted by Germinal
10 April 2024 Northern Ireland
New fodder transport measure for farmers
A fodder transport measure is to be available to farmers from 9 April. Amy Forde and Siobhán Walsh report.
9 April 2024 News
In pictures: Claas puts long-term investment into UK and Irish market
Peter Thomas Keaveney travelled to visit Claas UK’s new state-of-the-art headquarters, meet new Irish faces in the company and report on a big investment in a soon-to-be launched online portal.
3 April 2024 News