Northern Ireland
Trying to crack the conundrum of clover
John Egerton
John Egerton embarked on a journey in 2022 to stitch in clover across his grazing swards.
Variability eating into the quality of UK beef
In the future, consumers will demand a consistent eating quality experience, experts have warned.
Soils trump trees for carbon on Antrim farm
A farm walk as part of the ARCZero project was held in Ballycastle last week.
Soil scheme throws up unexpected results
Derek Robinson is among those farmers within Zone 1 of the Soil Nutrient Health Scheme.
5 April 2023 Farmer Writes
Home Farm: wettest March on record
March rain – we understood why fields that usually take tractors easily suddenly had areas that it was impossible to get through.
5 April 2023 Viewpoints
Improvements needed in P and K indices in Laois
The sun was shining and the cattle had just been let out when the Irish Farmers Journal visited Andrew Mulhare’s farm last week.
5 April 2023 Footprint Farmers
Farmer Writes: is soil sampling good news or bad?
James Strains is skeptical about the results he received from the Department's soil sampling programme. However, he is a big advocate for the new liming scheme.
28 March 2023 Farmer Writes