Speaking at a conference organised by the EU young farmers organisation, CEJA and DeLaval the European Commissioner for Agriculture stressed the importance of European young farmers.
By Amy Forde on 28 September 2017
The chair of the Scottish Beef Association, Neil McCorkindale, talks to Farmers Journal Scotland about the future for young farmers in the beef industry.
By Odile Evans on 07 September 2017
Pat Davitt, CEO of IPAV, spoke to William Conlon about the recent trends in the property market and what the future holds for the Irish land market.
By William Conlon on 24 August 2017
EU auditors have called for EU support to be better targeted at young farmers in order to foster effective generational renewal.
By Amy Forde on 29 June 2017
Projections are also of more immediate concern to young farmers than ownership of land, as they strive to become more intensive and more profitable.
By Amy Forde on 26 May 2017
With the National Reserve now open to applications, here are a range of frequently asked questions which will be of use to farmers who are considering applying.
By Amy Forde on 10 April 2017
The Irish Farmers Journal interviewed James Healy minutes after he was announced as the 36th president of Macra.
By Pat O'Toole on 06 April 2017
More use of financial instruments and a retirement package were some of the recommendations included in Macra's CAP policy document.
By Amy McShane on 24 March 2017
Macra na Feirme presented its policy document, produced after a series of regional member meetings, to the Commissioner in Brussels.
By Phelim O'Neill on 24 March 2017
Polls were carried out at CAP 2020 consultations around the country over the past few weeks.
By Amy McShane on 06 February 2017
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with all that has happened on www.farmersjournal.ie today, Thursday 19 January.
By Patrick Donohoe on 19 January 2017
The first of six Ulster Farmers' Union roadshows across Northern Ireland took place in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, on Monday night.
By Peter McCann on 17 May 2017
Jonathan Hall questions whether the assurances given by British Chancellor Philip Hammond about subsidies continuing to 2020 are enough to persuade young people that they have a future in dairying.
By Contributor on 25 August 2016