Global pig numbers ramping up as EU production falls
Niamh Murphy
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) pig chair Roy Gallie to get an overview of the current climate in the sector.
28 May 2024 News
US crops report: farmers continue to plant
Farmers in the United States are busy planting corn and soybeans at present, with some areas further along than others.
Soya price surge to impact feed trade
Flooding in Brazil has impacted soya availability on global markets, causing prices to rise and potentially hit ration prices in the weeks ahead.
Self-propelled baler gaining popularity in the States
With a suckler and tillage enterprise alongside a machinery dealership, Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with the Vanden Hoek family in South Dakota to find out about their self-propelled Vermeer baler
17 April 2024 Farm machinery
Could you plant beans with your maize?
Maize is high in energy, but low in protein. This trial is looking at ways to solve this problem.
20 March 2024 Fodder
Grain Trends: prices steady with little to affect markets
Grain markets were quiet this week, but there were some reports on weather and production in Europe.
24 January 2024 Markets
Soya shipment arrives ahead of new deforestation rules
R & H Hall imported a consignment of soya meal this month as part of preparations ahead of new deforestation regulations which will come into effect later this year.
24 January 2024 News
Grain Trends: oilseed rape drops as wheat steady
Wheat and barley prices have remained fairly steady. However, this week, oilseed rape prices dropped down.
10 January 2024 Markets
Letter from Missouri: good maize yields, but thin margins
Kevin and Michele Rosenbohm of Rosenbohm Farms in Missouri, US, give an update from their 2023 harvest, explain how their use of technology is changing and give their outlook for the future.
3 January 2024 News