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Farming News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

Dairy Farm Management students graduate in Moorepark

Teagasc/UCD Professional Diploma in Dairy Farm Management were presented last week by Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Andrew Doyle TD, at...

ICMSA AGM told that Ireland cannot ‘stand idly by’ when Brexit...

Some three hundred farmer delegates from all over the state gathered in the Castletroy Park Hotel for the Annual General Meeting of the specialist...

Teagasc National Dairy Conference

'Rays of light emerging on international dairy markets' ‘Technologies for Success’ is the theme for this year’s Teagasc National Dairy Conference which is taking place...

The Festival of Farming and Food

For Science Week 2016 (November 13th-20th) Teagasc is hosting one of 11 Science Foundation Ireland-funded Science Week Festivals – the ‘Festival of Farming &...

Commemoration in Bantry marked 50th Anniversary of Farmers’ Rights Campaign

IFA President Joe Healy unveiled a plaque in Bantry last week to mark the 50th anniversary of the famous Farmers’ Rights Campaign of 1966.Joe...

Essential that payments are speedy and efficient – IFA

IFA Deputy President Richard Kennedy said the Department of Agriculture had a good hit on payments to farmers across the country this week.He said...

Farmers benefit from live exports as ship sails to Turkey

IFA National Livestock Chairman Angus Woods said another boat load of 3,300 cattle will sail to Turkey this week, following a boat load of...

West Waterford farmers affected by flooding meet with Minister

Fianna Fáil TD for Waterford, Mary Butler TD has said that the meeting organised last week in Leinster House for a number of farmers from...

New guidance for safer production of fresh produce

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has published new guidance to assist growers with the safe production of fresh produce on farms.The guidance...

ICMSA describes Budget as ‘steady and solid’

The ICMSA President, John Comer, has said that farmers looking at Tuesday's Budget would generally consider it as 'steady and solid' but he was critical...

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