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This week Ellen Durkin chats to Rachel Connolly, a PhD student from Co Donegal about her plans for starting her her own sheep flock and balancing her studies with a busy lambing season on UCD’s Lyons Farm.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
This week we chat to Adam Woods on the new genotyping scheme, Darren Carty on the new Young Farmer scheme and Siobhan Walsh gives her thoughts on how specialised livestock farmers can mix it up with tillage farmers.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
This week, Peter McCann talks to Fermanagh farmer Alastair Armstrong. Alastair is gearing up for the busy lambing season but is still fulfilling his duties as chair of both the Ulster Farmers' Union Hill Farming Committee and Northern Ireland branch of the National Sheep Association.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
This week we talk about the new Suckler Carbon Efficiency Programme(SCEP), the value lost in CAP entitlements and dairy farmers paying big money for leased land. We also talk to David Corbett from Grassland Agro on the next round of grazing저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We take a look at how CAP changes have fuelled a higher rate of entitlement sales and ask what it means for farm incomes. The team also discusses the latest dairy cow quota, brought in for young farmers under TAMS, GLAS payments, a dairy cow exit scheme, dog attacks on sheep, organic farmer views and IFA governance reviews.…
This week we talk to Adam Woods on mega beef finishers, Darren Carty on the ACRES details and Aidan Brennan on how to reduce the number of milking each week. Also talk to Stephen Robb on details around TAM III solar panels grant.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We take a look at the announcement this week that all 46,000 farmers who applied to the ACRES scheme will be accepted. The team also looks at how beef factories can control the cattle trade by working with a few mega-finishers. Brexit, TB and sheep farmer protests all also on the agenda.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
News correspondent Rachel Donovan talks to inventor of the roll-over cow crate, CEO of Hoofcare Direct, busy dairy farmer and camogie-mad mother of one, Maeve O’Keefe on this week’s episode. The proud Cork woman says that she wanted to create something that takes physical work out hoof trimming and that would allow her to be in a position to treat …
On this week’s show, Adam Woods updates us on Tullamore Farm, Darren Carty on the TAMS scheme and Aidan Brennan on the new nitrates change. Aidan also talks to John O’Loughlin from Grassland AGRO on fertilizer moves for 2023.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
Our team looks at the investment options available to farmers under TAMS III and details some reaction from farm leaders. A fertiliser price ‘standoff’ between farmers and merchants also features along with Mountbellew Mart’s license renewal and milk prices. Listen in for the latest.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
Policy analyst Anne Finnegan details the windfall profits made by fertiliser suppliers last year as farmers grappled with high prices. We also discuss the EPA-commissioned climate change report and hear from its authors. Milk price cuts, the Agrifood Regulator, pig prices and cattle thefts all also on the agenda.…
On this week’s Irish Farmers Journal Young Stock Podcast, Sarah McIntosh catches up with Laois local Deirdre O’Shea.With over nine years of experience working in the industry, Deirdre is no stranger to the agri-food sector. We discuss her career to date, from being Agri Aware’s Executive Director to her current role as Food, Agribusiness and Bevera…
This week we talk to Adam Woods on the red-hot prices for suckler weanlings, Darren Carty on the issues around managing late lambs and Aidan Brennan and John O’Loughlin from Grassland AGRO discuss nutrient use in early February.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We take a look at this week’s mart trade for weanlings and ask will there be a return for beef finishers. Changes to the slurry equipment provisions under TAMS, beef sector emissions, the outlook for dairy markets and farm thefts all also feature.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We take a look at this week’s mart trade for cattle as prices break record levels and demand remains strong. We hear from the national dialogue on women in agriculture. Bushing burning, Bord Bia audits, suckler schemes and dog attacks on sheep are all also on the agenda.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We discuss how Bord Bia is set to ramp up farm audits, Dawn Meat’s takeover of Kildare Chilling, the IFA AGM, sheep prices, new research on calculating farm emissions and the latest on the ongoing saga surrounding Coillte’s deal with Gresham House.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We discuss how beef prices are set to rocket as demand exceeds supply and China’s reopening adds fire to the market. We also take an in-depth look at the latest rural crime spree as individuals are charged in a Garda clampdown. Sheep scanning, farm buildings and Coillte’s deal with Gresham House all also on the agenda.…
On this week’s show we talk to Adam Woods about the minister’s u-turn on compensating a suckler exodus, Darren Carty on land leasing and entitlements and Aidan Brennan gives his thoughts on the new nitrates rules.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We discuss how Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue has scrapped schemes in the Climate Action Plan to destock the suckler herd. We also look at Coillte’s deal with a UK investment fund, ICA protests, knackery concerns, fertiliser prices and the horse meat scandal of 2013.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
On this week’s Tech Talk we talk to Adam Woods on health issues in the suckler herd, Darren Carty on how big brother is watching with the improved ‘eye in the sky’ and Siobhan Walsh gives her thoughts on sustainability steps for 2023.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We discuss how farms are set to be inspected every five days by space satellites in 2023, dog attacks on sheep, farm deaths, farmer penalty points and Keenan’s redundancies. We also detail the insights from our exclusive survey of nearly 2,000 farmers.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
We take a look forward to 2023 discussing where beef price will land, upcoming changes in CAP or the Single Farm Payments and changes expected in the dairy sector. We also chat to Sean McMahon from Grassland AGRO on the soil health challenges ahead.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
Dairy editor Aidan Brennan talks through the incoming slurry and nitrates changes for farmers and asks what they’ll mean for the sector. The team also discusses cattle and sheep thefts, TB payments and impact, land demand and a major EU census of agriculture.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
In this week’s Christmas special we look at the highs and lows of 2022. From the €6 per kilo in June for sucklers and CAP reform for Sheep and Schemes to the Tirlán and Lakelands U-turn on milk supply. Also, Adam Woods chats to David Corbett from Grassland AGRO on soil fertility issues during the year.…
We run through the detail of the Climate Action Plan for 2023 and ask what will it mean for farmers. The team also discusses IFA accounts, fertiliser prices, the rising cost of the Christmas dinner, Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue’s reappointment and our exclusive interview with the European Commissioner for Agriculture.…
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