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‘We have to get rid of barriers to farmers putting solar panels on sheds’

ICSA president, Edmond Phelan, has welcomed the announcement of a micro-generation support scheme, but stressed the need to allow farmers to put solar panels...

Are fatstock sales the way forward for Irish beef farmers?

Are fatstock sales the way forward for Irish beef farmers?

What Budget 2021 has in store for farmers

With this year’s budget eagerly anticipated, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine announced an increase of spending of 11% (179m) for Irish...

Budget 2021: What it means for farmers

Budget 2021 has been prepared against a background of extraordinary uncertainty regarding near-term economic and budgetary prospects, according to Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe...

‘As a child, I loved attending the mart with my father every Saturday’

21-year-old, Sinead Conway, lives on a suckler and sheep farm in Co. Mayo and studies a BSc in Agriculture.

‘I could drive a tractor before I could ever drive a car’ – Queen of the Plough

2019 Queen of the Plough, Siobhán Dermody, is a WIT graduate, suckler farmer and works as a research operations administrator at Teagasc.

Women in Ag: Olivia Holt

‘I knew deep down farming is what I am meant to be doing’ - Olivia (24), a law graduate, blogger, beef farmer and relief milker.

Strong demand for weanling bulls at Castleisland

Castleisland Mart – Cattle Prices – Mart Report – Wednesday, February 19th

Encouraging the next generation of farmers

Fiona and Michael Murphy from Co. Mayo are guiding and encouraging their children, Cillian (7) and Aoife (3), to carry on a long-standing farming tradition.

4 suckler farmers making the most of technology

4 farmers will demonstrate the use of technology on their farms once the COVId-19 restrictions have been lifted.
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