Hips Don't Lie shakes up Royal Ulster Beef and Lamb Championships
Shanon Kinahan
Shanon Kinahan has all the results from the Royal Ulster Beef and Lamb Championships.
16 November 2023 News
Fermanagh contractor fleet to go under the hammer this weekend
Mid Ulster Auctions will host a timed online machinery auction on behalf of Fermanagh-based JP Agri, comprising an entire modern agricultural contracting fleet. Bidding starts Friday 17 November.
15 November 2023 Northern Ireland
Plan for new RHI tariffs from April 2024
Civil servants have rejected calls for tariffs under the Northern Ireland scheme to be based on the Renewable Heat Incentive in Britain.
Farmer Writes: Wisteria could wreck your house and your marriage
Gerald Potterton writes that the real beauty of a wisteria is not to have one on your own house, but to appreciate it on a stately home like Borris House.
8 November 2023 News
Agri Careers: Farming Together for the Future
Educating farmers and instilling self-confidence was the main focus of this year’s Women in Agriculture Conference held by Ulster Farmers’ Union in Co Antrim, writes Sarah McIntosh.
25 October 2023 Careers
Farmer views: 'Stereotypically, farming is seen as a man's world'
Sarah McIntosh spoke to farmers in Northern Ireland at the Ulster Farmers Union Women in Agriculture Conference, to gather their views on why they attended and the barriers to women in agriculture.
25 October 2023 News
More reductions in meal prices needed
Adam Woods takes a look at this week’s special on concentrate feeding and the results from this week’s Irish Farmers Journal ration price survey
25 October 2023 Winter Feed
News round-up from Northern Ireland
Weekly round-up of news from across the farming industry in Northern Ireland.
27 September 2023 Northern Ireland
NI land mobility scheme to close
The land mobility scheme was managed by John McCallister and led to 125 separate deals covering 19,000 acres of land.
30 August 2023 Northern Ireland
Dry weather ahead as high pressure builds
There will be an opportunity for farmers to complete field work as conditions look set to become drier over the next week.
30 August 2023 News
UFU demands 'no cuts' to TB compensation
The UFU has said that farmers whose herds are infected with TB are suffering significant loss and to hit them when they are already down is "absolutely unacceptable".
16 June 2023 News