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Thomas Hubert

Thomas Hubert speaks to Amelie Bourbouloux, a French Limousin breeder who will be exhibiting at this year’s Sommet de l’Élevage.
By Shane Murphy on 07 September 2017
2016 in photos: April – a new IFA president and flying Angus
Another busy month for the Irish Farmers Journal photographers. A new IFA president was elected, plenty of farm walks and a familiar face.
By Photo Desk on 28 December 2016
We are delighted to have received international recognition for the quality of the editorial content we produce and indeed the sophistication of our digital platforms.
By Justin McCarthy on 21 July 2016
The Irish Farmers Journal again proved to be the best news outlet in Ireland by winning big at an international awards last week.
By The Dealer on 21 July 2016
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast news: Friday 19 November 2015
The resignation of the IFA's general secretary and Lakeland's decision to open its share register are just two of the stories in today's breakfast news.
By Farmers Journal on 20 November 2015
Our Irish Farmers Journal daily news app is now available to download.
By Justin McCarthy on 16 July 2015
Last week, Thomas Hubert was told after fighting for more than three months to have broadband installed at his Co Meath home that the construction of a new network would solve his woes.
By Thomas Hubert on 21 May 2015
Thomas Hubert examines how dairy expansion in conservative France may be constrained by the division between co-ops and private processors.
By Contributor on 02 April 2015
Continuing floods from Germany to Hungary have affected tens of thousands of hectares of farmland and farming administrations and organisations.
By Contributor on 13 June 2013
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