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Farmers warn that rising input costs could lead to milk shortages

Come later in the year, Northern Ireland could endure a milk scarcity because farmers can no longer keep up with the “skyrocketing” costs of...

With input costs rising, what can you do?

Jason McFerran, Senior Business Technologist, CAFRE, discusses navigating a period of rising input costs. He outlines what farmers can do to manage their business...

‘Soaring’ input prices likely to define 2022 as fertiliser costs up by over 60%

The ICMSA has called on politicians – at national and EU level – to implement measures immediately to address “unprecedented” increases in input costs. Its...

Beef farmers urged to consider earlier finishing to reduce costs

Beef Finishing Earlier sale of finishing beef cattle, selling poor-performing high-value animals and focusing on costs are the three main measures Teagasc has urged finishers...

Winter finishers will need €6.12/kg to cover all costs – Teagasc

According to Teagasc’s revised figures, beef winter finishers will require €6.12/kg to cover all costs. That is the information it provided to attendees at its...

‘The only inputs are FYM, slurry and dry bedding’ – 90-strong Dexter farmer

Dexter cattle A low-input farming system is at the core of Pat McKenna’s 90-strong Dexter cattle suckler-beef enterprise at the foothills of Sliabh Beagh in...

Rising costs raise silo prices by 20%

Rising steel prices are impacting farm buildings, machinery, and equipment and McAree Engineering, Ballinode, in Co. Monaghan is among those feeling the pinch. The company...

Reducing fertiliser costs short-term could hit your pocket long-term

In this article, CAFRE dairy technologists, Robert Patterson and Aidan Cushnahan, discuss planning for first cut silage.  Reducing fertiliser applications below recommended levels may reduce...

Reduce feed costs by taking more from grazed grass

Alan Agnew, a senior dairying development adviser with the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Environment (CAFRE), explains why farmers should focus on forage...

‘A lot of agricultural contractors will not survive because costs are increasing so much’

As part of this week’s Agricultural Contractor of the Week segment, That’s Farming, profiles Moloney Agri and Tree Care. Thomas Moloney discusses working with his parents, completing in-house maintenance,...
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