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‘A sore cow should be treated like an emergency’

Lameness is a critical gratification emanate inspiring roughly each dairy plantation in a country. It is associated with a diminution in divert production, marred reproductive opening and can boost a luck of a cow being culled. Ger Cusack – veterinary practitioner with Comeragh vets – described 3 categorical implications that a sore cows brings to a […]

Proposal to systematise slurry tanks as ‘trailers’ could move vital upheaval

Image source: Shane Casey Under due new European regulations, slurry tanks could be reclassified as ‘trailers’, entailing a raft of changes to a manners ruling how they are assembled and used. CEMA, a organisation of European (agricultural) machine manufacturers, is proposing changes to a stream (EU Type Approval) regulations, that have not nonetheless been authorized […]

4.2% mercantile expansion foresee for 2019 – though expansion hinges on Brexit

The Central Bank of Ireland has today, Friday, Apr 5, published a second Quarterly Bulletin of 2019, giving a mercantile expansion predictions.. The circular examines new trends in a domestic economy and provides a Central Bank’s forecasts for a Irish economy and a views on domestic mercantile process issues. The circular reports that mercantile expansion […]

Auction report: Check out this sundry brew of pics/prices…

Monday, Mar 11, saw a latest monthly Cambridge Machinery Sales auction take place during Cheffins Auctioneers’ sale drift in Sutton, Cambridge (England). This news focuses on only a representation of a tractors benefaction – namely 3 Same models, along with a Fiat (Fiatagri), a Landini and a crusty aged Renault. In concomitant articles, we demeanour […]

FARM SMART: How this Tipperary rancher manages his sucklers during home and abroad

Farming in Tincurry, Cahir, in a bishopric of Ballylooby, Co. Tipperary, Brian Reidy and his father run a suckler-to-weanling craving on 80ac of land. A new strew for storing machine and straw, alongside some pens for his extraction Charolais cattle, was assembled recently; a paddock complement is implemented on a farm. The Tipperary-based rancher operates […]

INHFA welcomes CAP joining proposals

INHFA inhabitant boss Colm O’Donnell. Image source: James Connolly The preference reached by a Agriculture and Rural Development Committee of a European Parliament that calls for full joining (flattening) of a Pillar we payments in a arriving CAP module has been welcomed by the Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association (INHFA). In welcoming a decision, a […]