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PHOTOS: Farming 1,200 beef cattle on 4,500-acres

Butch Wherritt, a fourth-generation farmer, farms 1,200 beef cattle on 4,500-acres in Western Oklahoma; he also runs a swathing business.

High-quality silage reduces concentrate demand in ewes

Reducing the amount of concentrates fed to ewes by producing high-quality silage

VIDEO: Preparing your silage pit for 1st cut

Silage pits - effluent management - Teagasc - David Webster

Are you prepared for silage season?

Making safety your priority during the upcoming silage season.

Irish farmers work 57 hours/week during spring – survey

Teagasc's new dairy knowledge transfer initiative finds that dairy farmers average 57 hours at work during the spring.

How do I keep my children safe on the farm?

How to keep children safe on the farm.

From 30 sucklers in Galway to 107,000 cows in Saudi Arabia

Eanna Linnane - Kinvara, Co. Galway - young farmer - New Zealand - Missouri - Saudi Arabia - Al Badiah

PICTURES: 40-acres of top-quality land for €400,000

Mark McConnell Auctioneer is selling a 40-acre farm in Finn Valley, Co. Donegal for €400,000

VIDEO: 40-acre farm guided at €400,000

Guide price of €400,000 for 40-acre farm in the Finn Valley, Co. Donegal.

PHOTOS: 145-acre residential dairy farm with entitlements worth €18,400/year for sale

A “prime” residential dairy farm comprising circa 145-acres of land has been introduced to the market in Co. Limerick. For sale by private treaty through...

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Nuffield Scholar: How can Irish farmers be encouraged to meet greenhouse gas emissions targets?

In the final of our Nuffield Scholar series, editor of That's Farming, Catherina Cunnane, speaks to Pat O’Meara. How long have you been involved in...

PHOTOS: €295,000 for ‘ready-to-go’ 25-acre sheep milk business in Mayo

New to the property market at €295,000 is a 25-acre certified organic sheep milk business in Ballybeg, Kincon, Co. Mayo. According to Kirsten van der...

Johne’s Disease: Cause, how it spreads and financial losses

Ingestion of Johne’s bacteria via colostrum or milk from an infected dam is a primary source of infection for calves, writes Stephen Gilkinson, dairying...

Buildings dating back to 18th century restored to former glory

A farmer has restored a stable yard and overhead grain store/loft to their former glory. The outbuildings benefitted from funding under the 2020 Traditional Farm Buildings Scheme...