Goodwill of landowners ‘must be respected’ by recreational users of land
Amy Forde
Without private landowners’ consent, users would not be able to access these spaces for recreational use, the IFA has said.
20 November 2022 Podcast
Listen: why a quad is no use to you gathering sheep from a hill
Eimear Wallace and her family run Connemara Blackface ewes crossed with Texels and keep Speckle Park cattle.
14 November 2022 Podcast
Young Stock Podcast: fencing hill land with the help of a helicopter
On this week's Young Stock Podcast, Amy Forde chats to beef and sheep farmer Eimear Wallace from Maam, Co Galway.
New lease of life for Leenane granary
Damien O’Neill has undertaken a restoration of a 19th century granary with ties to the War of Independence in Leenane, Co Galway.
2 November 2022 Buildings
€2,010 for sale topper in Kerry Blackface ram show and sale
There was an excellent turnout of rams at the Kerry Blackface Sheep Breeders Association show and sale at Milltown Mart last Saturday.
28 September 2022 Pedigree
Kerry IFA issues lead to resignations
The external investigation into matters within Kerry IFA has triggered the resignation of John Joe Fitzgerald.
24 August 2022 News
IFA president tells National Economic Dialogue that Government policy has to sup
The Government must ensure that all the provisions in the Climate Act in relation to farming are properly taken into account, Tim Cullinan said.
29 June 2022 Community