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Grass advice: 3 tips to assist a extending deteriorate on beef farms

The extending deteriorate is during churned stages opposite a country, due to continue conditions and land type. Some farmers have done progress, however some farms are usually truly settling into extending weed in a past week or so. While vocalization on a Teagasc Beef Edge podcast, John Maher, from Grass 10, supposing 3 elementary pieces […]

Public conference to open on new agri-food strategy

Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue has launched a open conference on a Strategic Environmental Assessment of a breeze Agri-Food Strategy 2030. The breeze was prepared by a cabinet of stakeholders, chaired by Tom Arnold, and facilitated by a Department of Agriculture, Food and a Marine. Referring to a breeze strategy, a apportion pronounced it “envisions […]

Hanrahan re-elected as IFA beef vice-chair

Declan Hanrahan has been re-elected as vice-chairman of a Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) National Livestock Committee, a organization has confirmed. In an proclamation this afternoon (Friday, Apr 16), a organisation suggested a formula of dual elections. Hanrahan was inaugurated vice-chairman final August after a afterwards vice-chair, Brendan Golden, became a chairperson replacing Angus Woods during a […]

Ciaran Fitzgerald: Will scholarship expostulate Ireland’s meridian movement legislation?

The moral leading impetus of veganism, as promoted by a Environmental Pillar in Ireland who wish difficult meridian movement legislation, has strike some speed bumps recently. Not usually formed on a greeting from a farming and agri-sectors to a attempted hijacking of many needed Brexit-related estimate capability by formulation objections, though in terms of central reports and […]

13,500 trees planted during Kirkistown Race Circuit

The 500 Motor Racing Club of Ireland have finished a large tree planting practice during Kirkistown Race Circuit, with assistance from a Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) and their Forests For Our Future programme. Recently, over a two-week period, 13,500 saplings have been planted during Kirkistown in Kircubbin, Co. Down. All of […]