Climate and environment
Passionate about preserving hedgerows
Martin Merrick
Hedgerows Ireland is a Tipperary-based national group dedicated to all aspects of hedgerows including promotion, conservation, management and payments.
7 February 2024 News
Appeal for information after toxic substance found near badger sett
The incident is being treated by the NPWS as a premeditated attempt to poison a protected wild animal.
2 February 2024 News
Nephin Energy set to become Ireland's largest AD developer
Nephin Energy, the largest shareholder of the Corrib Gas Field, has officially launched its new renewable gas business Nephin Renewable Gas, which aims to develop up to 30 anaerobic digestion plants.
Two tempting Tipp properties
Two similar-sized farms come to the market – one is a land block on the outskirts of Clonmel while the other is a residential farm near Drangan, writes Tommy Moyles.
31 January 2024 For Sale
Set on 9.5ac in the shadows of the Galtee Mountains
This significant structure near Bansha, Co Tipperary is sure to attract strong interest when it goes to auction in mid-February, writes Tommy Moyles.
31 January 2024 For Sale
Changes at the top in Charolais society
The dealer hears a few moves are a foot in some breed societies.
31 January 2024 Breeding & health
County council farmyard inspections: what to expect
Caitríona Morrissey spoke to agricultural scientist Gillian Delehanty about what county council inspectors will look for when it comes to water quality issues on farms.
Barne Estate: Magnier gave €50,000 to ‘strapped for cash’ Thomson Moores
The latest filings in the Barne Estate court case set out John Magnier’s reasons for giving two envelopes of cash and a €500,000 trust fund to the Thomson Moore family. Caitríona Morrissey reports.
29 January 2024 News
Regan buys 47ac farm in heart of Coolmore empire
Maurice Regan, founder of US construction firm JT Magen, has bought a residential farm a stone’s throw from John Magnier’s headquarters.
24 January 2024 News
Expanding operations in North Tipperary
A grassland holding in north Tipperary is listed for online auction in mid-March and should appeal to any farmer looking to expand, writes Tommy Moyles.
24 January 2024 For Sale
‘Fierce’ demand for labour ahead of peak calving
Alongside a very strong demand for labour, there is now a trend of farmers keeping operatives on longer to ensure they are not left without, said the Farm Relief Services (FRS).
24 January 2024 News
My Farming Week: Cathal Bourke, Ballinahinch, Newport, Tipperary
There are three generations of Bourkes farming together in the north Tipperary parish of Ballinahinch.
24 January 2024 News