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Scanning results are lower this year, but it isn’t all bad news writes Co Down sheep farmer, Derek Robinson.
By Derek Robinson on 25 January 2018
Peter McCann reports from the High Court in Belfast for the first day of the judicial review challenging cuts to Renewable Heat Incentive tariffs.
By Peter McCann on 05 October 2017
The office of National Statistics has reveal that borrow on Scottish farms has risen 5%.
By John Sleigh on 14 September 2017
Northern Irish exhibitors came out on top at this year’s Baileys all-Ireland championship hosted at the Virginia Show on Wednesday evening.
By Shane Murphy on 31 August 2017
HSA report and FTMTA trade auction.
By Contributor on 24 August 2017
Upturn in tractor registrations and FTMTA AGM.
By Contributor on 10 August 2017
Police charge 14 people over burger meat scandal in Spain
An investigation into food fraud in Spain has identified burgers that contain less than 25% beef.
By Peter McCann on 16 May 2017
This week, Aidan Brennan looks at once-a-day versus twice-a-day AI on farms this breeding season.
By Aidan Brennan on 11 May 2017
Banks accused of forcing farmers to take shorter loans
The agriculture committee heard on Tuesday that banks have manipulated the low-cost loan scheme and forced farmers to take out shorter loans.
By Amy McShane on 21 March 2017
Glanbia launches 2018 seasonality scheme
Details of a refreshed Glanbia seasonality scheme for 2018 were launched on Monday.
By Jack Kennedy on 13 March 2017
The facts behind multiple lamb births
It is the perception that litter sizes have been increasing this lambing season, but is that the reality?
By Amy McShane on 07 March 2017
Brazil  - biggest beef exporter to EU for past three years
The EU has taken significantly more beef from Brazil than any other country since 2014.
By Amy McShane on 10 February 2017
Shane Murphy and Adam Woods look into the new Whole Herd Performance recording programme in detail, talking to breed societies and the ICBF.
By Shane Murphy on 12 January 2017
Shane Murphy speaks to Michael Dullea of Deelish Parthenaise about his year to remember on the show circuit and the breed as a whole.
By Shane Murphy on 20 October 2016
Tania Chapman produces avocados, figs and wine grapes in Victoria, Australia.
By Contributor on 29 September 2016
Changes is the atmosphere is making it more difficult to predict summer rainfall and Met Eireann figures show that rain over the last three months was very concentrated.
By Odile Evans on 08 September 2016
Dairy farmers will this week receive information on how they can apply for the 14c/litre milk reduction scheme.
By Jack Kennedy on 01 September 2016
Energy in Agriculture 2016 open day taking place in Tipperary
The event will be held at Gurteen Agricultural College on Tuesday.
By Amy McShane on 23 August 2016
Hannah Marriott is a beef and sheep farm manager from north east Australia and she speaks about the calving season.
By Farmers Journal on 18 August 2016
Food sector turnover in NI increases by 1.1% to £4.6bn
Provisional figures for NI food and drink processing sector in 2015 were published on Thursday.
By Peter McCann on 28 July 2016
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