Farming World News
Letter: Beef crisis a disgrace for the Government
Meat factories accused of putting unfair penalties on farmers
Giant Brexit protest message ploughed in field
O'Brien calls for end to legal threats against protesters
Prison for burglar who targeted retired farmer (80)
The tax benefits of keeping it in the family
This one is just right: How Ireland's porridge giant has held on to its roots
Greater collaboration between Teagasc and private consultants would help entire...
Munster Farm Sales
Leinster Farm Sales
Connacht Farm Sales
Ulster Farm Sales
Golden dairy opportunity in south Tipp with capacity for 300 cows...
Lakeside haven on 50ac with a €2m price tag
Strong bidding sees Galway farm break the million mark
Farming buyers prevail in €5m sale of 298ac tillage beef farming enterprise
Dairy Farm Profiles
Darragh McCullough: 'The clock is ticking on a potential animal welfare disaster in...
Irish Ambassador raises concerns over butter tariffs
'Dairying can give struggling beef sector opportunities'
'Irish dairy would be the biggest loser in a US/EU trade war' - Rabobank
Tillage Farm Profiles
Downpours bring cereals sowing to a standstill
Torrential rain creating havoc for tillage and beef farmers
'Without the self-propelled harvester we'd be in trouble'
'Roundup isn't a monster or poison'- tillage farmers defend controversial weed killer
Beef farm Profiles
Beef protests are now beginning to backfire very badly on farmers
Martin Coughlan: Don't tar all US beef with the same brush - it's not all hormone-...
More misery as bullock prices plummet by up to €70/head
Gerry Boyle: 'The dairy calf-to-beef system should be more profitable than standalone suckler system'
Sheep Farm Profiles
Over 1,100 farmers applied for sheep tag subsidy scheme
Lamb prices down €11/hd on last year
Tommy Boland: Redstart crop is now a key part of our lamb weaning...
John Fagan: Sheep farmers are paying a high price for Brexit dithering
John Deere aiming to power ahead with revamped 6M series
Non-tariff barriers could be 'horrific' for exporters in the event of a hard...
Ground Zero: In tough ground conditions, it pays for farmers to look at the...
'Pure Lunacy': Silage contractors 'working round the clock' pleaded with to slow down as accidents peak
Two more weeks for Kerry Greenway hearing
200 Bord na Móna staff will work to restore bogs
Greenways have not led to increased criminal activity, hearing told
Application to adjourn Kerry Greenway hearing rejected amid highly-charged...
Kerry Greenway hearing may be adjourned due to ‘volume of...
State will protect farmers from hill walker claims - Minister
Farmer back milking cows in his town centre farm 30 minutes after topping local election poll
Knowledge Transfer Programme payments issue
Farmers could be paid for carbon cuts - Hogan
IFA question motivations of Government on beef support scheme
€168.5 million in payments issue under 2019 ANC Scheme
Hogan: agreement on CAP budget will be reached by end of year
Call for BEAM payment to be increased if scheme undersubscribed
Advice: Nursing-home care costs need to be factored into farm succession plans
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