Category Archives: News

‘A cow contingency have a low SCC in sequence to maximize her potential’

On Tuesday, Jun 30, a practical plantation travel was hold on a plantation of Kieran Hearne and his family, who were a 2019 winners of the National Dairy Council (NDC) and Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards. The Hearne family plantation in Ballinacurra, Rathgormack, Co. Waterford. In 1993, Kieran took over a family plantation and given afterwards a plantation […]

Co. Kildare skill for sale as marketplace sees ‘good direct in non-residential blocks of land’

Nestled in Co. Kildare, tighten to a encampment of Caragh, is a circa 65ac (26.39ha) retard of ‘excellent quality’ land now on a market. Located during Oldtown, Donore, Caragh, Co. Kildare, Jordan Auctioneers is facilitating a sale around open auction on Friday, Jul 24, during 3:00pm during a lands. The skill has a beam cost […]

Hackett ‘delighted’ to support tolerable tillage initiatives

Minister of State Pippa Hackett has pronounced she is “delighted to be providing financial services” to Irish tolerable tillage initiatives. This comes after Farming for Nature, an Irish plan grown by Burren Beo in 2018, came second place in Ashoka and Vittel’s ‘Act for Biodiversity Challenge’ this week. Hackett congratulated Farming for Nature on apropos […]

AgriLand publisher celebrated in general awards

AgriLand publisher Rachel Martin graphic with guest speakers Jonathan Bell and Steve Werblow during a Guild of Agricultural Journalists of Ireland veteran growth day in Feb AgriLand publisher Rachel Martin has been celebrated during an general endowment rite that recognises world-class rural reporting. Rachel was named a runner-up of a 2020 IFAJ AgTech Reporting Award […]

‘Growing anger’ with farmers awaiting ‘at slightest 30c/L’ for Jun milk

Dairy markets have again changed brazen during Jun with all a statistics indicating to softened earnings – and, on that basis, all co-ops should be during slightest profitable 30c/L for divert granted in June, according to a Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers’ Association (ICMSA). ICMSA Dairy Committee authority Ger Quain pronounced there is flourishing annoy among […]

Survey results: 33% of Irish farms are financially ‘vulnerable’

A third of Irish farms find themselves exposed from an mercantile perspective, according to a formula of the Teagasc National Farm Survey 2019. Farm income varies widely by region, driven by plantation system, scale, profitability and approach payments, a news – published on Monday, Jun 29 – outlines. Those regions where dairying is some-more prevalent are […]

75% of Irish food and splash firms fear Covid-19 recession

L-R: Padraig Brennan, meat, food and libation director, Bord Bia, and chair of a conference; with Brendan Gleeson, secretary general, a Department of Agriculture, Food and a Marine. Image source: Fennell Photography 75% of Irish food and splash businesses fear a retrogression stirred by Covid-19, while 71% of companies are actively seeking to enhance into […]