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‘Take me to a island’: A hang for baling silage on Cape Clear

Limerick rancher Colin Doherty enjoys a change of stage any summer when he leaves behind Adare for a island knowledge of baling silage on Cape Clear, Ireland’s southernmost inhabited Gaeltacht island that is located off a seashore of West Cork. “My father Bryan and we plantation customarily outward Adare. We are tillage 200ac, mostly in […]

Nolan: ‘Rural pubs will need grants – if they’re to have a destiny during all’

The supervision preference that will “force farming pubs to remained closed” until during slightest Aug 10, has been criticised by eccentric TD Carol Nolan, who has called for grants to support with a behind re-opening process. The TD for Laois-Offaly was vocalization after it was announced that roughly 3,500 pubs are to be enclosed in […]

New ‘simplified’ letters on TB risk categories to emanate to farmers

A newly-developed individualised letter, providing TB-related information for herds, will emanate to farmers over a entrance weeks, a Department of Agriculture, Food and a Marine has confirmed. An individualised flock risk categorisation has been supposing to herdowners in TB-related association that farmers have already perceived from a dialect for a series of years. However, a […]

Lamb prices ‘moving adult sharply’ as Eid drives demand

Lamb prices changed adult neatly this week, driven by rising direct forward of a poignant Muslim festival of Eid Al Adha, that starts on Jul 30, farmers have been told. Commenting, Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) National Sheep Committee authority Sean Dennehy highlighted a tightening of throughput. He remarkable that, to get a numbers they need, […]

Stats: Everything we wanted to know about forestry in Ireland…

Minister of State during a Department of Agriculture, Food and a Marine (DAFM), Pippa Hackett, has announced a announcement of her Department’s annual Forest Statistics Report 2020. This news is prepared annually by a Department of Agriculture, Food and a Marine. At a launch of a report, a apportion commented: “The news ‘Forest Statistics – […]

Boyle: Teagasc ‘didn’t request methodology’ for grass-fed beef standard

Teagasc “did not request a methodology” for Bord Bia’s offer for a grass-fed beef standard, according to executive of Teagasc, Prof. Gerry Boyle. Speaking to AgriLand, a Teagasc executive addressed rumours in a attention as to either there had been a descending out between a dual rural authorities. Commenting, Prof. Boyle said: “There unequivocally isn’t […]