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Charity run aiming to be Ireland's largest tractorthon
Derry-based Specialist Joinery Group is aiming to raise £100,000 by hosting Ireland's largest ever tractor run.
By Michael Keaveny on 19 February 2018
The phasing out of the MC1 form is the latest move by DAERA to cut administration costs.
By Peter McCann on 21 December 2017
As Rural Youth Europe prepares for its 60th anniversary, Macra president James Healy attended its special conference last week.
By Contributor on 21 September 2017
We’re into the last month of the summer so why not organise a Know Your Neighbour event in your area.
By Contributor on 03 August 2017
Movements through marts and farm to farm were both up last year, reflecting growth in dairy herds.
By Paul Mooney on 15 June 2017
Growth in use of traditional beef sires a result of expansion of dairy herds.
By Paul Mooney on 08 June 2017
Venue change and staff change at Macra na Feirme.
By Contributor on 01 June 2017
The two-stage review process for appeals to decision made by DAERA in area-based schemes is to be reformed.
By Peter McCann on 09 March 2017
David P Wall and Mark Plunkett of Teagasc Johnstown Castle summarise updates in the Teagasc Green Book.
By Contributor on 09 February 2017
Macra na Feirme/ Aurivo Co-Op silage competition announced for the northwest, new Macra CEO and Queen of the Land launch.
By on 13 October 2016
Positive developments in forestry sector despite afforestation underperformance
Farmers encouraged to consider forestry as a viable farm enterprise and an investment.
By Donal Magner on 29 September 2016
Steven Meyen looks at how certification reassures consumers of the origin of wood and its environmentally responsible way.
By Contributor on 29 September 2016
Department of Agriculture figures show that the numbers of cattle forecast to come on to the market this autumn are much lower than originally expected.
By Kieran Mailey on 18 August 2016
Cattle supplies to be tighter than expected - ICMSA
The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA) said based on Bord Bia’s analysis of the marketplace, the supply of cattle this coming autumn is likely to be less than expected.
By Amy McShane on 23 July 2016
IFM launches new website, European manufacturers remain downbeat and sprayer testing.
By Contributor on 21 July 2016
Although AIMS data shows a fall in the cattle pool in the 24-36 month age category, there will still be extra cattle going into the factories this year compared with 2015.
By Phelim O'Neill on 23 June 2016
International agricultural conference taking place in Limerick
The four-day conference is being held at University of Limerick.
By Amy McShane on 20 June 2016
Contrary to what has been expected there will be fewer beef cattle available this autumn than last year.
By Paul Mooney on 16 June 2016
Cow numbers up - but particularly dairy cows in Co Cork which are rising year on year.
By Paul Mooney on 19 May 2016
Dairygold and Glanbia part of new €1.7m food safety project
The partnership to enhance food quality and safety is being launched by Enterprise Ireland and UCD.
By Amy McShane on 26 April 2016
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