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Record 55,000 wild deer culled
Barry Murphy
The Irish Deer Commission has pointed that many stakeholders discussing rising deer populations don’t realise that there is already a significant annual cull already.
31 January 2023 Markets
Records broken in Carnew fatstock sale
Shanon Kinahan reports from a busy Saturday's trading in Carnew Mart in Co Wicklow.
25 January 2023 Calves
Health benefits coupled with flexibility in Buitalaar units
Buitalaar is seeing increasing demand for its High Health calf units, as farmers seek to secure purpose-built accommodation for their calves.
Bumper year for Irish prime country home sales for Savills
2022 proved to be a bumper year for Irish prime country home sales, with 130 deals worth €198m concluded during the year.
19 January 2023 Property
Backchat: One Act Drama Festival returns to Bray
The seaside town of Bray will welcome back its drama festival to brighten up January.
18 January 2023 Around the country
Producing free-range eggs in the heart of the Garden of Ireland
Wicklow IFA poultry officer Lynda Douglas explains what it is like to be farming in the Garden of Ireland. In conversation with Caitríona Bolger.
11 January 2023 Features
Almost €25m in TB compensation payments issued to farmers
The Department said that payments being made to farmers under these schemes will continue to be processed right through the Christmas period.
28 December 2022 News
‘Overwhelming’ number of farmers seeking cat control
Farmers with between 10 and 40 cats on their farms are seeking support in bringing them under control.
22 December 2022 News
My Farming Week: Fionn Sherlock, Sherlock Farm, Bray, Co Wicklow
While not from a farming background, 26-year-old Fionn Sherlock farms cattle, is the assistant manager at Enniscorthy Mart and manages the IFA live animal crib in St Stephen's Green.
21 December 2022 News
Block of mature forestry in Wicklow
There is access in to the forestry by a right of way along a hardcore lane.
14 December 2022 Property
Tillage scheme a positive but leaves farmers in a quandary none the less
With many challenges impacting food production, Rachael Doak wants people to understand how much of an impact politics and war have on farming
23 November 2022 Editorial
Wicklow farmers call for SUAS scheme continuation
Wicklow farmers in the just-concluded Sustainable Uplands Agriculture-Environment Scheme (SUAS) EIP have called for its continuation and say agri-schemes need longer term thinking.
23 November 2022 News