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Editor and general manager of That's Farming.

Two-man race for ICSA president

The race to become the next national president of ICSA has begun. Two candidates are in the running following the conclusion of the formal nomination...

Slurry discharge costs dairy farmer €8,000

A prosecution taken by Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) has led to an €8,000 fine for a dairy farmer. Mr Brian Duncan appeared before Midleton District...

PHOTOS: €580,000 for 5-bed Woodview Cottage ‘ideal for anyone interested in land’

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VIDEO: €4,800 Rockville Banada 452 sets new record

The Irish Shorthorn Society’s premier show and sale, held on Saturday, November 21st, will go down in history. Rockville Banada 452 (DRO) set a new...

Strong trade for a smaller entry at Kilkenny Mart

Trade for sheep remained strong at Kilkenny Mart on Monday, November 23rd, according to George Candler. The mart’s auctioneer reported that trade has been aided...

Online proving to be a lifeline for Star Seafoods

Online shopping is proving to be a lifeline for one Kerry-based seafood company. Star Seafoods, is embracing increasing customer demand for online shopping and has...

VIDEO: Marty Mone – The Day the World Shut Down

Singer-songwriter, Marty Mone, has, today, (Monday, November 23rd), released a new original single. ‘The Day the World Shut Down’ depicts two true stories, according to...

Nuffield Scholar: How the health status of Irish farmers impacts the sustainability of farming

As part of a new series, That’s Farming interviews 2019 Nuffield Scholars. In this article, editor, Catherina Cunnane, speaks to Alison Holmes. How long have you...

Sheep trade: Prices up 5-10c/kg as factories ‘struggle’ to fill orders

The upward trajectory in the sheep trade is continuing this week, according to IFA sheep chairman, Sean Dennehy. He said to meet this demand, €5.60/kg...

VIDEO: Speak up on mental health – farm vloggers

Three of Ireland’s best-known farm vloggers have joined forces to deliver a timely message on mental health. IFarm WeFarm, Gerry6420 and Farmer Phil collectively highlighted...

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