Fertiliser sales slow to take off
Rachel Donovan
Fertiliser prices are remaining relatively unchanged this spring.
24 January 2024 News
Lamma 2024: Major debuts new flexi-shoe
Major showcased its new TS-XTreme flexi trailing shoe to the public for the first time at the Lamma show in the UK last week.
17 January 2024 News
No favours for dairy farmers
The cover picture chosen of a certain dairy catalogue recently was a small bit distasteful, the Dealer thinks.
Made in Ireland - Mayo firm with a ‘Major’ 20,000 tankers under its belt
Manufacturing slurry handling kit since the 1980s, Major Machinery has established itself as a household name in the business. Peter Thomas Keaveney sat down with Eibhlin Murphy to find out more.
10 January 2024 Farm machinery
ICMSA calls on Government to provide solution to VAT changes
The changes have deemed milk bulk tanks, meal bins, automatic calf feeders, slurry scrapers and milk equipment as to be no longer eligible for a VAT reclaim.
21 December 2023 News
'New and improved' national roads agreement negotiated by IFA
This new agreement will apply to land compulsorily acquired for national road developments between 1 January 2022 and 31 December 2027.
20 December 2023 News
Ireland critically exposed, as 82% of energy imported
Despite our potential to become a clean energy powerhouse, Ireland managed to supply only 13% of our total energy needs with renewables in 2022, writes Stephen Robb
22 November 2023 Renewables
Government approves proposal to accelerate works on Adare bypass
Around 100 farms and nine homes will be affected by the bypass.
21 November 2023 News
Calls for Commission to engage with stakeholders on nature restoration law
The nature restoration law will have a major impact on farming and our rural communities, the INHFA has said.
9 November 2023 News