Why Denmark won’t be renewing its nitrates derogation
Amy Forde
From 1 August 2024, a 170kg N/ha stocking rate will be in place for Danish farmers. It has decided not to renew its nitrates derogation.
18 April 2024 News
Research reveals one-third of Irish families grow fruit and veg at home
New Irish research reveals one-third of Irish families are now growing fruit and veg at home, with over 80% of Irish children consuming fruit and veg every day.
18 April 2024 News
Ireland and UK to ‘iron out’ technical export issues - McConalogue
This comes following a meeting between Minister of Agriculture McConalogue and his UK counterpart, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Steve Barclay.
Calf exports to Netherlands down 35%
Calf exports from Ireland to the Netherlands are significantly behind where they usually are according to Bord Bia data.
10 April 2024 News
Green diesel on the rise as prices up 10c/l in 10 days
Green diesel prices are once again on an upwards trajectory having risen by 10c/l in the past 10 days. Peter Thomas Keaveney and Gary Abbott report.
10 April 2024 News
Kverneland Group Ireland appoints Fermanagh dealer
Kverneland Group Ireland has announced the appointment of Walmsley Tractors, Kesh, Co Fermanagh to its dealer network for its full implement portfolio.
3 April 2024 News
Bord na Móna’s Edenderry plant to connect to gas grid
Gas Networks Ireland has completed 22km of new transmission gas pipeline, connecting Bord na Móna’s Edenderry power plant in Offaly.
2 April 2024 News
Hereford calendar raises €8,460 for charity
Launched by Irish rugby legend Seán O'Brien, the Hereford charity calendar raised a substantial sum of money for a children's charity.
27 March 2024 Dealer
Drop of £1,560/ac recorded in 2023
Our records show that 1,692 acres of land were offered up for sale in Derry during 2023.
23 March 2024 News
‘Huge appetite’ among farmers for legally binding pre-nups
Agricultural solicitor Aisling Meehan said there is a “huge appetite” among farmers to strengthen the legal position of pre-nuptial agreements.
20 March 2024 News
Living Life: Easter egg-citement for all the family
Are your kids science or sports mad? Adrenaline junkies or history buffs? Whatever they’re into, Maria Moynihan has 10 great ideas for family days out over the Easter holidays.
20 March 2024 Features
PGI Irish beef hits supermarket shelves in Italy
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue attended the supermarket in Milan to mark the first PGI Irish grass-fed beef products being made available to consumers.
19 March 2024 News