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Grassland

Tipperary farmers Eddie and Denis O’Donnell claim top prize in the inaugural Grassland Farmer of the Year awards.
By Aidan Brennan on 02 November 2017
Watch: Farmers Journal Scotland livestock demo
On Thursday night, farmersjournal.ie streamed a beef demo including breeding and markets advice as well as Farm Profit Programme updates live from Thainstone mart in Inverurie.
By Farmers Journal on 02 November 2017
Inside this week's Irish Farmers Journal
We outline the conditions of the tractor NCT, the recent storms are set to cost €20m and our indoor management supplement details winter housing and feed guidelines for suckler and beef cattle.
By Farmers Journal on 25 October 2017
The winners of the Grassland farmer of the year awards are to be announced this Friday in Moorepark.
By Aidan Brennan on 26 October 2017
The jewel in the crown of the Macra na Feirme year has arrived.
By Contributor on 26 October 2017
750 acres of land is up for private treaty in Mayo.
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
Fourteen farms, five judges and one week of judging. Aidan Brennan reports from the final round of judging in the Grassland Farmer of the Year competition.
By Aidan Brennan on 19 October 2017
148 acres at Church Hill, Coolapoge, and Toberbreedia near Cuffesgrange, made an "astounding" €1.84m at auction last week.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 October 2017
Grassland farmers on normal soils have just two weeks left to get slurry out.
By Odile Evans on 28 September 2017
If large tracts of land are abandoned because of zero profitability, then what becomes of both the land and rural areas?
By Matt Dempsey on 21 September 2017
Ciarán Lenehan attended the latest Grass 10 walk at Teagasc Grange. Grass 10 is pushing farmers to graze paddocks 10 times a year.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 13 September 2017
Pöttinger will have a full line-up of both grass and tillage equipment at this year's Ploughing. Michael Collins previews what to expect.
By Michael Collins on 14 September 2017
€7,682 savings on Hatton’s farm in Carlow
George and Ruth Hatton and their son David from Kilmeany, Co Carlow took the Smart Farming challenge in August. They identified €7,682 in cost savings.
By on 05 September 2017
Dr Paul Hargreaves demonstrated a simple visual evaluation test of soil at the Peebles soil and nutrient network farm meeting on Tuesday 22 August.
By Odile Evans on 31 August 2017
Daniel McPartlin takes a look at what's been happening on Tullamore Farm over the past week.
By Daniel McPartlin on 28 August 2017
Researcher John Heslin gives an update from the Derrypatrick suckler herd at Teagasc Grange.
By Farmers Journal on 19 August 2017
After a six-month delay, Origin’s acquisition of Bunn Fertilisers has been cleared by competition authorities.
By Lorcan Allen on 17 August 2017
The number of Basic Payment Scheme entitlements traded in NI this year increased by 72%.
By Peter McCann on 10 August 2017
Breeding season continues in Caithness
As the summer progresses, Mark Mackay gives an update with happenings on the farm. Declan Marren reports.
By Declan Marren on 10 August 2017
When someone reduces their feed bill from £51,000 to £22,000 and has an output of £1350/ha you look for a secret ingredient. That ingredient on Garrionhaugh Farm is grass, writes Barry Cassidy.
By Barry Cassidy on 10 August 2017
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