Watch: this week in photos - protests, ploughing and sheepdog trials
Photo Desk
Our top farming photos from the past week include farmers protesting derogation at FF think-in, international sheepdog trials in Wicklow, oaten straw being turned in Kildare and ploughing in Wicklow.
13 September 2023 News
Talking about protests becomes protests about talking
The IFA effectively told Charlie McConalogue to "go in and get your daddy" on Monday, as months of frustration boiled over.
8 September 2023 News
In pictures: 100 IFA protesters picket Ag House
The meeting - to which all farming organisations were invited - was boycotted by the IFA, ICSA, INHFA and Macra.
IFA to ramp up protests over payment delays and derogation cut
IFA's president has warned that the association will escalate protest action over farmer payment delays and the derogation cut.
8 September 2023 News
Egg producers still looking for 2c/egg price increase
Some egg producers continue to question their future in the business as the prices they receive for eggs continue to make it difficult to derive a stable income.
6 September 2023 Poultry
Farmer unrest mounting as factories continue to apply cuts
Adam Woods takes a look at this week’s beef trade including the latest quotes for factory finished cattle
8 August 2023 Markets
Farmers at the centre of ‘green revolution’ – Ryan
Farmers need assurance that they can make an income from more sustainable farming models, according to Green Party leader Eamon Ryan.
27 July 2023 News
Kilkenny IFA protest: ‘we’ll keep heading to Dublin’
Some 600 farmers rallied in Kilkenny on Friday evening in anger over changes to Ireland’s nitrates derogation.
26 July 2023 News
Kerry milk suppliers protest in Tralee
A protest is being staged by some Kerry Group suppliers at its headquarters in Tralee.
11 July 2023 News
Cork farmers to protest nitrates changes in Bandon
Farmers, all farm organisations and processors have been invited to protest against changes to Ireland’s nitrates derogation next week.
7 July 2023 News
Kerry protest brings Charleville to a standstill
Close to 400 dairy farmers from right across the Kerry Group catchment area thronged the north Cork town for the protest.
20 June 2023 News
Strike disrupts cattle and sheep kill
The strike action taken by public sector workers in NI saw some abattoirs closing on Wednesday.
26 April 2023 Northern Ireland