Ukraine to bring its farmers in line with EU Green Deal
Noel Bardon
The country will work towards making the sector compliant with EU environmental objectives as it plans the rebuild of its economy.
29 September 2022 News
War costs Ukraine's farm sector €34bn over seven months
Ukrainian farmers are also receiving less for their grain, given the higher costs and heightened risks associated with getting grain out of the country this year.
28 September 2022 Markets
Grain Trends: prices lift into another volatility band
Recent currency movements have added to price volatility in grain markets.
Claas Xerion celebrates 25-year jubilee
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Claas Xerion tractor range, Gary Abbott and Peter Thomas Keaveney take a look at the history behind the unique model from its beginning to the current day.
28 September 2022 Farm machinery
Combine registrations down 30% as late deliveries hide true figures
New combine registrations are showing a 30% drop, however, it appears that the continued late arrival of machines has hampered true sales figures.
21 September 2022 News
Harvesting beans and running expensive fridges
It’s all been happening on the Tramlines farms in recent weeks. Crops are being harvested, planted, seedbeds prepared and potatoes stored.
21 September 2022 From the Tramlines
Home Farm: high silage intakes
On the tillage side, we are consciously slightly delaying the sowing of the winter barley
21 September 2022 Viewpoints
Latest Kverneland kit to make its way to Ploughing
The Kverneland Group Ireland will present a number of new innovations at this year’s Ploughing, including the 5387 MT mowers and ROC RT880 merger, as well as the updated Qualidisc and U-drill range.
20 September 2022 News
Preparing for winter planting on the Tramline farms
Beans are being harvested, oilseed rape has been planted and the Tramline farmers are preparing for winter cereal planting.
7 September 2022 From the Tramlines
Home Farm: stubbles soften up to be fit for ploughing
We had obeyed the rules of those early post-harvest days and dutifully stubble cultivated.
7 September 2022 Viewpoints
Distillers and brewers should offer ‘fair and strong price’ to barley growers
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue shared his view on the payments made to barley growers for their grain as well as drying charges imposed by Boortmalt during the recent harvest.
7 September 2022 News
‘Not enough capacity’ to keep Ukrainian grain exports flowing
The Ukrainian deputy minister of agrarian policy and food has said that grain supplies are still not moving as fast as they should be.
5 September 2022 News