Cross-border trade ‘black hole’ in fertiliser register plans
Barry Murphy
The Irish Co-operative Organisation Society and Teagasc shared their views on the Department of Agriculture’s planned fertiliser register with TDs and senators.
Dave Moloney - Green Cert student experience
“My only regret is that I didn’t do it years ago” says Dave Moloney about the Teagasc part-time Level 6 specific purpose certificate in farming course he completed at Teagasc Macroom.
28 September 2022 Management
Sky’s the limit for organics – McConalogue
Declan Marren reports from the Teagasc/Bord Bia/Department of Agriculture farm walk on John Purcell's farm in Co Tipperary.
Teagasc sustainability week to take place from 14 October
'Farming for a better future' is the theme of the week.
28 September 2022 News
Farmers urged to take prompt action where fodder stocks are tight
A recent Teagasc fodder survey found that over 40% of dairy farmers across the south and east of the country do not have sufficient feed in stock heading into the winter.
25 September 2022 News
Newford update: weaning complete and all weanlings weighed
Bull weanlings achieved an average daily gain (ADG) from birth to weaning of 1.37kg, while heifers recorded an ADG of 1.32kg.
25 September 2022 Newford Farm
Are you Ireland’s best new entrant farm business?
The annual Teagasc NEWBIE new entrant to agriculture competition aims to highlight the innovation and entrepreneurialism in the agriculture sector.
23 September 2022 Advertisers' anouncements
In pictures: day three at Ploughing 2022 as 70,000 file through the gates
After a very wet start to the final day of Ploughing 2022, by mid-afternoon the rain cleared to sunny spells.
22 September 2022 News
Intake for new farm apprenticeships to start next year – Harris
Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris spoke to the Irish Farmers Journal at the 2022 National Ploughing Championships on new farm apprenticeships.
22 September 2022 News
Crops forum provides update on many serious issues
Virus-tolerant varieties, CAP rules, winter oilseed rape performance, the three-crop rule, machinery sharing and the exit of Barra were among the major topics discussed at the recent crops forum.
21 September 2022 Husbandry
Significant fodder shortages across south and east
A Teagasc survey found that 10% of farmers in the east and southeast had used more than 20% of their winter feed stocks during the summer drought.
21 September 2022 News
Agri Careers: Teagasc Fulbright awards officially on offer
Do you have what it takes to be a Fulbright Scholar? The award applications are now open for those who quality, writes Fiona Alston.
21 September 2022 Education