Farmer Writes: No clear cut way to reduce emissions
Tommy Moyles
If farmers are slow to take up existing technologies, why are we putting so much faith in future ones, writes Tommy Moyles.
27 July 2022 Milk quality
Family partnership in Limerick
The O'Leary family from Ballyagrin in Co Limerick entered into a succession partnership five years ago and haven't looked back since.
30 June 2022 News
Beef and sheep farms need ‘generational renewal’ - Macra
Macra has warned that the work of the recently formed Food Vision beef and sheep forum must cover general renewal for the sectors.
Nearly 6,000 fewer full-time farmers in Ireland since 2010
While there may have been more people working on farms in 2020, fewer were doing so on a full-time basis.
26 May 2022 News
Farm succession project reveals lack of wills
The Béal Átha na Muice Farm Succession/Well-Being project was launched by Minister of State with responsibility for farm safety Martin Heydon in Swinford, Co Mayo, on Monday.
25 May 2022 News
Farmer Writes: planning ahead for the next generation
John Egerton’s son William is now in control of the farm’s sheep flock.
4 May 2022 Farmer Writes
Ifac Irish Farm Report: cost of inputs the main challenge for 60% of farmers
An ifac survey of Irish farmers assesses the mood and issues for farmers across all sectors in their business.
20 April 2022 News
Farmer Writes: a beef farmer's thoughts on the dairy group
There are still questions to be answered on the Food Vision Dairy Group's report, writes Tommy Moyles.
20 April 2022 Farmer Writes