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Tillage
Tillage podcast: breaking yield records this harvest
Siobhán Walsh
From record yields to marketing potatoes there is a lot to talk about on this week’s Irish Farmers Journal Tillage Podcast.
23 November 2022 News
My Farming Week: Bob Murphy, Mountrivers, Cappoquin, Co Waterford
Dairy farmer and horse trainer Bob Murphy saddled Darrens Hope to win in impressive fashion in Punchestown on Sunday.
9 November 2022 From the Tramlines
A great year in the Tramlines on yield, price and weather
The Tramlines farmers share their highs and lows of the year gone by and thankfully it’s mostly highs. Andy Doyle and Siobhán Walsh report.
First carbon-neutral organic whiskey distillery to be built
The distillery will use barley and oats grown on Curraghmore Estate where the distillery and visitor centre will be built.
30 October 2022 News
Dairygold announces €302/t for 2022 feed barley
Dairygold is the first co-op to finalise its grain prices for harvest 2022. The Munster-based co-op is one of the biggest buyers of grain in the country.
4 October 2022 News
Winter crop costs up 62% as farmers decide to plant
Farmers are now deciding how much of their area should be planted to winter crops and should be doing the sums.
14 September 2022 News
Farmer Writes: spring barley brings harvest to a close
With silage made and the last fertiliser applied, there is just the spring barley finish off, writes Robert McConaghy.
31 August 2022 Northern Ireland
Whiskey Association thanks growers
The Dealer thinks the Irish Whiskey Association timed their tweet poorly last week when it came to thanking growers.
24 August 2022 Dealer
Boortmalt harvest price continues to drop
The price used to develop the harvest price for Boortmalt suppliers dropped significantly last week.
23 August 2022 News
Tillage podcast: harvest results and what to plant
On this week's tillage podcast, Andy Doyle and Siobhán Walsh chat to Dónal Fitzgerald of Goldcrop about harvest results and crop choice for the coming season.
18 August 2022 News
Great yields and plenty of crops still to be cut
The Tramlines farmers are happy with crop progress and yields, all three this week are talking about cover crops.
17 August 2022 From the Tramlines
Records key to progress on Waterford farm
It’s been a busy harvest, but keeping on top of the books is essential to improving crop and farm performance.
17 August 2022 Footprint Farmers