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Nitrates Action Programme must deliver on water quality
Darren Carty
If improvements in water quality are not achieved, then further measures which could significantly alter current farming practices are likely to be introduced.
1 June 2022 Tractors
Sweet little Fendt outfit
Alistair Chambers met with Wexford strawberry grower Jimmy Kearns to find out why he opted for a Fendt 207 Vario specialist tractor to help increase business efficiency.
4 May 2022 Markets
Beef quotes jump past €5/kg
Adam Woods has the latest on this week trade and what’s driving the increased quotes.
Have ya any road frontage?
The more of your land that bounds a road - the famed road frontage that gives it site potential for housing development - the more it can increase the value. Or can it? Amii McKeever reports.
17 March 2022 Feature
Transport costs hitting Irish beef price - Bord Bia
Joe Burke of Bord Bia explains to the Irish Farmers Journal how Irish beef sales don't switch instantly to the highest beef markets.
15 March 2022 News
Pöttinger teases Jumbo 8000 with shorter chopping system
Pöttinger has announced its latest Jumbo 8000 forage wagon range based on the Jumbo 7000 although capable of a 30% shorter chop length. Carrying capacities go unchanged.
9 March 2022 News
The Irish beef factory mix
While the Irish beef market is dominated by ABP, Dawn and Kepak, it is nowhere near as consolidated as the US and there remains a strong independent factory sector.
27 January 2022 News
Certified Irish Angus announces increase in factory bonus
The group has increased its Angus bonus for the off-peak season this spring. Read more here.
7 January 2022 News