Five tips to get spring grazing back on track
As weather becomes more settled, outlined are five tips to get the grazing rotation back on track in April.
Tirlán paying higher prices for milk solids
Tirlán continues to dominate the league tables in NI for 1m litre suppliers.
Anticipation building for TAMS III farm safety scheme
Grant aid at a rate of 60% is available for sheep handling equipment but the safety scheme is one of four entry routes that remain unopen.
Best policy for parasite control
Natascha Meunier, Beef HealthCheck Programme manager with Animal Health Ireland, outlines some of the key criteria for dosing stock this winter.

Oats research being carried out to support future expansion
There is increased interest in food-grade oats and it is important that management advice is correct. Atikur Rahman reports from Teagasc Oak Park.
Is your baler in check and up to spec?
In order to minimise downtime this silage season, Gary Abbott looks at some of the key points and areas to consider from a maintenance perspective when it comes to combination balers.
TAMS III for beef farmers: handling, housing and slurry storage
Martin Merrick looks at some of the options that will be available to beef farmers now that TAMS III has opened for applications.
Weekend weather: warm conditions with highs of 25°C
Met Éireann predicts a prolonged spell of warm weather and dry conditions, as high pressure dominates.

Newford Farm update: first-cut silage collected in excellent condition
The silage ground, which was grazed before closing, yielded about 10 bales per acre.
Early indications positive on sexed semen use on Tullamore Farm
Shane Dobson checks in with Tullamore Farm manager Shaun Diver to see what's been happening on the farm this week.
Dairy cross cows working hard in Newford
Adam Woods reports from the Newford Suckler Demonstration Farm open day held earlier this week
Installing owl boxes in Co Waterford
Footprint Farmer Pádraig Connery has put up a couple of owl boxes on his farm in the past couple of weeks.
The 3 Rs of worm control: Right dose, Right animal and Right time
As sure as night follows day, once the grass really starts to grow, cattle and sheep will be challenged by the burden of worms.
Steady cattle and sluggish sheep trade so far in 2023
Mark Zieg, Bord Bia beef, meat and livestock manager, and Seamus McMenamin, sheepmeat and livestock manager, look at trade.
Credit products available to farmers
Key information to know when looking for credit products for Irish farmers.
Multiple Bord na Móna auctions boast over 400 lots of machinery this May
Wilsons Auctions prepares once again to offer bidders a huge selection of tractors, machinery, tyres, motorbikes, equipment and more surplus assets on behalf of the iconic Irish company Bord na Móna.