Almost 60 sheep stolen in Meath
Barry Murphy
Two sheep thefts have occurred on nearby farms in Meath in recent days, with nearly €12,000 worth of stock taken in total.
27 March 2022 News
Triplet goats stolen from young Kilkenny farmer
The young farmer had received the goat kids’ mother for Christmas and was delighted when the nanny goat delivered triplets on her first kidding.
16 February 2022 News
€100,000 worth of quads and tools stolen from Louth Honda dealership
Gardaí are continuing to investigate the theft of new and used quads, trailers and power tools from North East ATVs in Collon, Co Louth, in the early hours of Wednesday 9 February.
Over 1,000 cattle reported stolen or missing in 2021
Limerick has had the highest number of thefts for two years in a row now.
5 January 2022 News
Three male teenagers arrested following Monaghan tractor theft
The tractor was recovered following a series of hit and run incidents between Monaghan and Armagh in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
14 December 2021 News
Operation Hurdle reducing Christmas tree theft in Wicklow
Gardaí in Wicklow are busy keeping theft at bay as a Christmas tree season gets under way in earnest.
1 December 2021 News
36 stolen Kilkenny calves recovered
The 36 stolen calves comprised one of the largest farm animal thefts of recent years, but have now all been recovered unharmed.
3 September 2021 News
36 calves stolen from Kilkenny farm
The calves, a mixture of Friesian heifers and Angus heifer and bull calves, were taken last Friday.
9 August 2021 News
Cloned credit cards involved in farm machinery and silage wrap fraud
Gardaí are appealing for vigilance following a number of fraudulent transactions targeting agribusinesses after up to €7,000 in silage wrap was purchased using cloned credit cards.
1 July 2021 News
Farm insurance: getting the basics right
David Wright talks to Armagh-based broker, Jim Burton, who has worked in the insurance industry since the 1970s.
23 June 2021 Northern Ireland
Warning issued after spate of robberies on Galway farms
Roy O'Brien of the IFA said that the robberies are "meticulously planned and are occurring late at night/early morning".
8 May 2021 News
Detective launches new technology to protect sheep flocks
With sheep more valuable than ever, one private detective believes he has made a breakthrough in safeguarding sheep flocks.
5 May 2021 News