Four in 10 farmers in favour of prenups
Caitríona Morrissey
The Irish Farmers Journal surveyed almost 2,000 farmers about their attitude to signing a prenup – and a large proportion are wholeheartdly in favour. Caitríona Morrissey and Rachel Donovan report.
20 September 2023 News
Farm transfers, Fair Deal scheme and timing top farmer concerns
Caitríona Morrissy spoke to Teagasc's financial management specialist James McDonnell about the main issues that farmers seek help on when planning to hand on the farm to the next generation.
18 September 2023 News
Ploughing 2023: everything you need to know
Ploughing 2023 kicks off in Ratheniska on Tuesday morning and the Irish Farmers Journal has everything you need to know, from traffic routes to panel discussions and interviews.
Coolmore snaps up 751ac Tipperary tillage farm
Barne Estate had a guide price of €13.5m and the sale is believed to have well exceeded that figure.
12 September 2023 News
Weather conditions force cancellation of Dualla Show
It is not decided yet whether the show will be rescheduled.
27 August 2023 News
ICBF pays tribute to late Brian Wickham
The New Zealand native was synonymous with the development of the Irish cattle breeding industry.
23 August 2023 News
Listen: Donegal man named FBD Young Farmer of the Year 2023
The aim of the competition is to recognise and reward the top young farmers in the country.
22 August 2023 News
UN World Food Programme director to meet with Oireachtas agriculture committee
It is understood that Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue will also meet privately with Cindy Hensley McCain.
22 August 2023 News
Six farmers go head to head in 2023 FBD Young Farmer of the Year contest
The overall winner will be announced at the FBD Young Farmer of the Year Awards at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Sligo on Tuesday night.
22 August 2023 News
Call for new Government fund to tackle ash dieback trees
Senator Victor Boyhan has said that landowners have responsibilities and they must be supported through local authority funding to remove potential dangers.
20 August 2023 News
Dawn Meats founder Peter Queally passes away
The Waterford businessman, who set up a meat processing empire, is survived by his wife and eight children.
20 August 2023 News
Glanbia boss Siobhán Talbot to retire
The group recorded a profit after tax of $193.4m in the first half of 2023, it announced on Wednesday morning.
16 August 2023 News