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A DAERA spokesperson has said that there are still more letters of offer to be issued in the second tranche of the scheme.
By Peter McCann on 19 April 2018
Skid steer loaders have been around on farms for many years. Alistair Chambers went to see two of the latest versions on-farm.
By Alistair Chambers on 19 April 2018
World record attempt on Big Week on the Farm
The TV show 'Big Week on the Farm' will attempt a world record live on air this Thursday.
By Odile Evans on 12 April 2018
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: Creed 'scrambling' and cost of crisis
In the news today, Thursday 12 April, fodder costs mount and minister accused of 'scrambling' to keep up.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 12 April 2018
Epicenter K has expanded its fleet of machines in an €8.9m deal that will help it to handle an expanding land area.
By Alistair Chambers on 12 April 2018
Roller doors a smart investment through TAMS
With the help of a TAMS grant farmers should target key areas that are a safety concern around the farm. William Conlon writes.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
In this week's machinery section, we look at tyres and how best to minimise damage to your land as equipment gets heavier. We also drive the Citroen C3 AirCross.
By Michael Collins on 05 April 2018
The weight tyres can carry is increasing as technology progresses. Michael Collins takes a look at what new tyre technology is on the market and what benefit it has for farmers and contractors.
By Michael Collins on 05 April 2018
In pictures: John Deere stolen in Louth and sheep gates stolen in Kerry
A John Deere tractor and Hitachi digger have been stolen in Louth and sheep gates have been stolen in Kerry in two separate incidents.
By Amy Forde on 31 March 2018
This week Michael Collins looks at a machinery hire business that is thriving without tractor hire and a vintage hedge cutter in Co Clare.
By Michael Collins on 29 March 2018
A number of farmers will be interested to see that a well-known machinery auctioneer is back in action.
By The Dealer on 22 March 2018
A guide to special and upcoming sales in the marts in the coming weeks.
By Nathan Tuffy on 22 March 2018
Some farmers in the US have reportedly bought ‘cracked’ software from places in eastern Europe which has allowed them to run diagnostics on their own machines without going through an approved dealer.
By Odile Evans on 22 March 2018
The manufacturer of a dump trailer involved in a farm accident has said it contacted dealers to alert customers of the risk posed by damage to the model's tail door.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 March 2018
More and more farmers are relying on contrcators to complete their work as skilled labour is becoming more of an issue. In this week's machinery section we focus on contracting both here and abroad
By Michael Collins on 22 March 2018
One of the largest agricultural machinery companies in the world is celebrating 100 years in business. Michael Collins reports
By Michael Collins on 22 March 2018
Agri jobs: farm managers and tractor drivers wanted
In this week’s agri jobs, we bring you the latest job opportunities that are out there at in the industry.
By Michael Keaveny on 15 March 2018
As technology advances and working widths increase, many growers have made the switched to liquid nitrogen. The system has many advantages and disadvantages writes Stephen Robb
By Stephen Robb on 15 March 2018
Farmers and agricultural contractors feature prominently on the latest tax defaulters list published by Revenue.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 20 March 2018
With around 9,000ha of potatoes grown in Ireland each year, Grimme has opened a new headquarters to support Irish growers. Alistair Chambers reports.
By Alistair Chambers on 15 March 2018
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