Category Archives: News

Who is Ireland’s New Holland ‘Dealer of a Year’?

Word is rising that Armstrong Machinery (Co. Dublin) has been named as a New Holland Irish ‘Dealer of a Year’ for final year (2018). A provisional proclamation was done around amicable media channels; serve acknowledgment is approaching shortly. This news follows on from new announcements of accolades for UK-based New Holland dealers. Back in February, for […]

Britons who built Stonehenge were product of ancient call of migrant farmers, DNA reveals

The ancestors of a Britons who built Stonehenge were farmers who had trafficked from an area nearby complicated Turkey, nearing around 4000BC, and who fast transposed internal hunter-gatherer populations, according to new research. Scientists questioning a origins of tillage in Britain have pronounced they have found strenuous support for cultivation being introduced to Britain by […]

Committee on Climate Action launches the ‘cross-party accord for action’

The Joint Committee on Climate Action has strictly launched a final, cross-party news today, Tuesday, Apr 16. The news is titled: ‘Climate Change: A Cross-Party Consensus for Action.’ The news comes as a outcome of 6 months’ work, and creates over 40 recommendations on “steering Ireland’s approach” towards meridian action. Speaking during a launch of […]

Video: ‘I’ve a cattle factories wish – though it’s like a vagrant game’

There was no holding behind for a embattled beef farmers of a midlands segment as they took on a competence of a beef attention during a Laois Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) led assembly final night, Monday, Apr 15. More than 350 beef producers packaged out a room during The Killeshin Hotel in Portlaoise to hear explanations from Cormac […]

GDT hits 10 increases on a rebound following extrinsic rise

The Global Dairy Trade (GDT) has increasing a rising trend to 10 uninterrupted increases following a extrinsic arise in a latest auction today, Tuesday, Apr 16. Lasting dual hours and 8 minutes, today’s proposal – eventuality 234 – saw 155 bidders competition opposite 15 rounds, with 94 alighting successful bids – with a finish outcome […]

‘Brexit to censure for Fair Deal Scheme delay’ – Minister Daly

The Minister for Mental Health and Older People Jim Daly indicated today, Tuesday, Apr 16, that designed reforms to a ‘Fair Deal’ intrigue will advantage farmers and tiny business people. The apportion also reliable that “the concentration on Brexit has had an impact on surpassing a heads of check in honour of a scheme”. Speaking […]

‘For 10 years farmers have been paid reduction than EU normal for steers’

Eoin Donnelly, western informal chair, Beef Plan Movement Irish farmers have been removing reduction than a EU normal cost for R3 and U3 steers for a past 10 years, according to a Beef Plan Movement. Speaking before a Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and a Marine today, Tuesday, Apr 16, member of a organisation […]

3,000 Northern Ireland Moy Park staff to opinion over strike

A strike list of some-more than 3,000 Unite members in a largest Northern Ireland employer will ensue in a entrance weeks. Sean McKeever, Unite informal officer, reliable that his kinship would be balloting members over what he described as “unreasonable government demands” in ongoing compensate negotiations. More than 6,300 people work for a association opposite […]