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Factories not offering a better beef price is unacceptable – IFA
Anne O'Donoghue
IFA national livestock chair Declan Hanrahan said key market indicators and the supplies of finished cattle justify stronger beef prices.
Over €2m announced for new environmental and timber research
12 April 2024 News
Over €2m announced for new environmental and timber research
Minister of State Martin Heydon has announced €2.2m for Irish researchers participating in European research initiatives.
Farming interventions highly effective Rwanda, says Bóthar
12 April 2024 News
Farming interventions highly effective Rwanda, says Bóthar
Bóthar and partner Ripple Effect are continuing to support communities in Rwanda through projects, 30 years on from the genocide that threatened to destroy them.
Is your sprayer due its next test?
Sprayer testing is a vital step in sustainable farming. Here is a guide from the Pesticide Registration and Control division at the Department of Agriculture and Teagasc Machinery.
12 April 2024 Crop protection
Weekend weather: becoming mainly dry and clear
The weather will be mainly dry and clear this weekend from Friday night onwards.
12 April 2024 News
Erskine's excursion to Welshpool
Monaghan native David Erskine will travel across the water to judge at Welshpool in just a couple of weeks, reports Shanon Kinahan.
11 April 2024 Pedigree
Sheep welfare scheme deadline 'unworkable' - ICSA
The deadline of 15 October for the completion of actions under the scheme does not align with practices on hill sheep farms, the ICSA has said.
11 April 2024 News
Derogations are necessary for Irish grass-based produce - Cowen
Fianna Fáil TD and former Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen is running for the European Parliament this year.
11 April 2024 News
Disused house on farmland could qualify for renovation grant
This farm is close to the border of Cork and Kerry and is for sale by private treaty.
11 April 2024 News
Tillage Podcast: getting ready for drier weather
This week’s show features updates from agronomists, advice on cultivations, beans, the Crop Protection magazine and the grain market and weather reports.
11 April 2024 News
Lakeland increases milk price for March
The co-op has also increased its feed rebate from €20/t to €30/t on all feed.
11 April 2024 News
Cow and bull shot in Tipperary
A cow and bull were shot in a field at Lackabrack near the village of Killoscully last weekend.
11 April 2024 News