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Challenging year ahead for farming as costs escalate – IFA

IFA President Tim Cullinan said Irish farming is facing into a very challenging year as the costs of doing business threaten to wipe out...

ICMSA want Co-ops to consider 2021 End-Of-Year bonus

Reviewing market returns throughout the twelve months of 2021 and the milk price paid to farmers, the newly elected Chairperson of ICMSA’s Dairy Committee,...

Glanbia Co-op shareholders vote to take full ownership of Glanbia Ireland

Glanbia Co-operative Society (Glanbia Co-op) announced on Friday that its shareholders had voted in favour of the proposal to take full ownership of Glanbia...

IFA and Bord Gáis Energy launch new solar energy pilot

IFA and Bord Gáis Energy launched a comprehensive solar pilot for farmers this week. The project, which has been in development for over a...

Teagasc appoint new director of research

Teagasc has appointed Professor Pat Dillon as Director of Research. The Teagasc Authority approved the appointment at its meeting on Wednesday, 1st December. Professor...

Farming With Nature app on trial

As the debate around climate action and agriculture featured on RTÉ’s Prime Time this week, one local who voiced their concerns was Castleyons' based...

VistaMilk SFI Research Centre welcomes the Minister to Teagasc Moorepark

Charlie McConologue T.D, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, along with several senior members of his Department and Dr Siobhan Roche (co-funding partner,...

ICMSA appoint Cullen man as development officer for Cork

Cullen man, Conor O’Connor, has been appointed by ICMSA, the state’s specialist dairy farmer organisation, to the position of local development officer for Cork. The...

Corrin Mart Report

As we just about sneak into the month of October, the evenings are drawing in, colder and wetter weather ensures that we in Corrin...

Green Belt – Your Forestry, Your Future

The forestry licencing issue continues to dominate the forestry industry. Inaction, excuses and the favouring of Coillte ahead of the private estate are just...

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