Young farmers are ‘on the road’ to sustainability – CEJA conference
Rachel Donovan
The European young farmers conference takes place from 24 to 26 January with a strong focus on smart farming.
24 January 2023 News
European organic sales rise but Germans row back
The European Commission has published its latest analysis on the expansion of organic production and consumption in recent years.
18 January 2023 Dealer
Farmers flock to meetings
Farmer meetings are taking place for every sector and all over the country, and turnouts are big, despite the weather.
Gresham House deal will outbid young farmers for land – Macra
Macra is the latest group to shun the now controversial deal between UK investment firm Gresham House and Coillte.
18 January 2023 News
Young Stock Podcast: selling nuts and fertiliser on the roads of Kilkenny
Kilkenny man Podge Dunphy talks to Barry Murphy about his time with Daltons Chancellor Mills, contracting, Australia and the Rose of Tralee.
16 January 2023 News
Young farmers can drive the industry on
NI agriculture faces a period of consolidation, but long-term, there are reasons to be optimistic, writes Robert McConaghy.
11 January 2023 Northern Ireland
Listen: managing 6,000 crop plots and competing at the Dublin Horse Show
This week's Young Stock Podcast features Deirdre Doyle, who works at Teagasc Oak Park and has just become the Irish Tillage and Land Use Society president.
9 January 2023 Podcast
Cows, crops, machinery, Macra - it’s all in the Young Stock Podcast
The Young Stock Podcast is created and produced by some of the younger members of the Irish Farmers Journal team for young readers and listeners.
28 December 2022 Podcast
Happy Christmas from your Macra president
It is at this time of year that we all should reflect on where we are, but also where we have come from.
21 December 2022 Community
Climate Action Plan must provide opportunity for young farmers – Macra
Macra president John Keane has highlighted that it will be young farmers who will drive climate measures at farm level.
21 December 2022 News
Young Stock Podcast: the Cork native researching dairy beef
Noel Bardon sits down with beef researcher Jamie O'Driscoll to learn how the young drystock farmer made his way to undertaking cattle finishing trials in Teagasc Grange.
19 December 2022 News
My Farming Week: Caroline O’Keeffe, Lyre, Banteer, Co Cork
Cork dairy farmer Caroline O'Keeffe, milks 120 spring-calving cows alongside her parents. Heavily involved in agri-politics, she is the current Macra national chair.
7 December 2022 News