There has been increased demand for fertiliser around the country over the past two weeks, as farmers look for regrowth on silage stubble.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU will most likely “not have a significant impact” on the bloc’s cereals market at...
Retrofitting an old slurry tanker with a trailing shoe spreading system can prove quite difficult and expensive – for a variety of reasons.
The Association of Farm and Forestry Contractors in Ireland (FCI) is in favour of a future end-date for splash-plate slurry spreading systems, on a number of conditions.
It has been reported that Irish tractor sales recovered slightly in April of this year, following a disappointing first three months.
New tractor sales continue to perform poorly when compared to 2016 levels, it has been reported, following the disclosure of the latest figures for registrations in May.
Family farm income decreased by 9% in 2016, bringing the average income figure for the farming sector to €24,060, according to a preliminary estimate of the Teagasc National Farm Survey results.
Two more spring barley varieties, Sassy and Sienna, have received full approval for malt distilling in addition to Laureate being approved for both brewing and distilling.
Six sugar beet demonstration farms are set to open their doors this summer, offering growers the chance to learn how to raise their crop yields.