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Lamb prices rising as Muslim festival approaches

Lamb prices rising as Muslim festival approaches

Budget for Calf Investment Scheme increased to €4m

Calf Investment Scheme - Michael Creed - Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Martin reveals when he ‘intends’ to appoint new ag minister

IFA president, Tim Cullinan, met with the Taoiseach and acting Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Micheál Martin, yesterday evening (Monday, August 24th).

Beef farmers should continue to ‘fight hard’ for price

Beef Prices: IFA national livestock chairman, Brendan Golden, is advising farmers to bargain hard when selling cattle.

Women in Ag: Sarah Devlin-Stafford

Women in Ag: Sarah Devlin-Stafford - SDS Livestock

Live exports are ‘the way forward’ for cattle and sheep industry – farmer

Kevin Comiskey - IFA National Sheep Vice-Chairman - sucklers - sheep - live exports

A new way to get your up-to-date grass information

AgriSearch have taken their weekly GrassCheck forecasts to a podcast

VIDEO: 12-month-old heifer sells for just under €6,000

A Clare-based farmer forked out £5,350 (approximately €5,968) for a 12-month-old Limousin-cross heifer at a sale held in Scotland last Friday (September 4th). Online bidder,...

Farm group outlines 10 reasons why beef prices should rise

Farm group outlines 10 reasons why cattle prices should have

Academic success leads the way to innovative lamb farming

Sarah Wood-Martin is a sheep farmer, University College Dublin (UCD) agricultural science graduate and now Bord Bia and European Try Lamb Ambassador.

Part-time suckler farmers using superior genetics to meet market demands

Tomschoice Limousins consists of sixty pedigree breeding females, owned by James Cooper and family.

Are fatstock sales the way forward for Irish beef farmers?

The beef sector continues to be a turbulent market for Irish beef farmers as they see prices stagnate over recent months, but there is...
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