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Machinery
€20,000 Morooka dumper stolen from Dublin farm
Barry Murphy
A blue Volvo truck carrying the stolen machine was seen on the M9 on the way to Waterford the day it was stolen, says its farmer owner.
15 June 2022 Business Sense
Pole Pals
Beginning as a transition year mini-company, Pole Pals looks like it will continue in business beyond the school year.
25 May 2022 Pedigree
Virginia young handlers' workshop
Virginia Show, along with a number of breed societies, are running a young stockperson training day and handlers workshop on Sunday 29 May at Virginia Show Centre at 2pm.
Farmer Writes: Making the most of online silage support
Discussing silage online has been worthwhile for Kieran Sullivan, as seeing something written down can prevent the simple messages from being missed.
25 May 2022 Farmer Writes
Revenge is a dish best served online
Cheeky fenceline "powersharing" called out on social media by Galway farmer.
25 May 2022 Dealer
Virginia young handlers' workshop
Virginia Show, along with a number of breed societies, are running a young stockperson training day and handlers' workshop on Sunday 29 May at Virginia Show Centre at 2pm.
18 May 2022 Pedigree
Protecting our brand image
We can point to numerous examples of where brands have been damaged, in some cases fatally, where the brand image sold to the consumer did not match the reality of the production system.
18 May 2022 Editorial
Watch: Day one Balmoral show results
Adam Woods reports from a busy day’s judging on day one in Balmoral
12 May 2022 Pedigree
Farmer considering legal options over Hackett tweet
There was people calling it vandalism on Twitter and it left the door open for anyone to say what they like, Joe Malone said.
4 May 2022 News
Bridging the divide between town and country
A new book by a BBC journalist looks at the disconnect between urban and rural dwellers. Peter McCann reports.
€55m revamp for National Parks and Wildlife Service
A new strategic action plan launched for the National Parks and Wildlife Service will see some €55m in additional investment in the service over the next three years.
90-year-old Laois sheep farmer has stolen ewes returned
The Laois farmer’s sheep were found 32km away in Carlow, having been dropped into a field of another farmer.
25 April 2022 News