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The Irish Farmers Journal has over 400,000 weekly print readers (Kantar Media’s 2023 TGI Survey) and was awarded 2023 Irish Media Brand of the Year. Get the latest farming news, prices, analysis and advice from the award-winning Farmers Journal team in our podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, we're live from the Balmoral Show! Tune in to hear the latest pedigree news and stories, get an update on the milk price situation, and explore all things sheep. We'll also provide a roundup of news and views from our Northern Ireland team. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On this week’s show we report on planting progress and crop condition across the country. We travelled to Co Waterford on Friday, 10 May to walk some crops with farmer Pádraig Connery and had a chat with him on the 2024 season so far. We have the latest tillage news, the grain trends report and weather. The Tillage Podcast is supported by Bayer Cro…
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This week we talked to Adam Woods on the beef price slide, Darren Carty on crucial BISS details and Aidan Brennan on nitrates across Europe. We also hear from Michael Murray from ESB Networks on farm safety Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week on the podcast Noel Bardon discuses how TB trends are worsening on farms with herd incidence reaching a ten-year record. Anne O’Donoghue reports on septic tank inspections and the percentage of tanks that failed necessary requirements. Declan O’Brien also has the latest on concrete costs and potential fertiliser penalties facing farmers. …
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On this week’s podcast we have details of the Irish Farmers Journal grain price survey and all the latest news. We attended a Teagasc crop walk on Wednesday and chatted to Shay Phelan from Teagasc and David Cooney from Bayer on fieldwork. As always, we have the grain market and weather reports. The Tillage Podcast is sponsored by Bayer Crop Science…
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This week, we talk to Adam Woods on getting suckler cows back in calf, Darren Carty on lamb price prospects and Aidan Brennan gives his thoughts on short and long term milk prices. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, we get the latest on a warning that farmers spreading chemical fertiliser could risk payment penalties, the detail of an €80m ash dieback scheme and a surge in BVD name and shame letters. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On this week’s tillage podcast we discuss fieldwork, a brewery, hear from Lincolnshire farmer Andrew Ward on environmental payments and the importance of farmers growing food. We look at this week’s tillage pages, From the Tramlines and as always have the grain market and weather reports. The Tillage Podcast is supported by Bayer Crop Science. Host…
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Listen now for the latest on the cattle price lift from this week’s weather, how CAP payments are driving demand for marginal land and a breakdown of Irish MEPs’ voting records on farming issues. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Behind the scenes special and exclusive interview with Minister Charlie McConalogue. The Irish Farmers Journal team celebrates the milestone 1,000th podcast with some banter, and a €1,000 cash giveaway. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, we chat with Adam Woods on factories cutting beef prices, Darren Carty on the new sheep welfare scheme and Aidan Brennan on his thoughts around CB values in calves. Adam also chats with John O Loughlin on stocking rates Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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After almost a year and a half, the Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue has killed any idea of a dairy exit or reduction scheme. We look at the cost of making a bale of silage, the milk price outlook for the next few months, as well as discuss some key dates and deadlines for farmers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informa…
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On this week’s show we talk to the Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue about the newly announced €100/ha payment for tillage. We have details of tillage supports from Tirlán, talk fieldwork, fungicides, seed rates, preview the tillage pages and From the Tramlines. As always we have the grain market and weather reports. The Tillage Podcast …
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A key event in the calendar for many people living in rural Ireland, is the Mr Personality Festival organised by Kilkenny Macra. This week, we have a special Young Stock Podcast as Sarah McIntosh and Martin Merrick take us behind the scenes as they judge this year’s competition. Taking place in Clonmel, from the 5 to 7 April, a weekend full of even…
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This week, we talked to Adam Woods on the impact the weather has had on the beef trade, Darren Carty on the details of the new sheep scheme and Aidan Brennan on the upcoming breeding season who also talks to Laurence Shalloo on balancing clover Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On this week’s show we look at another bumper tillage paper that includes the 2024 Crop Protection Magazine. We have an update from agronomists across the country, talk to Steven Kildea about potato blight, Dermot Forristal of Teagasc on getting through work when the weather picks up. We also have an update from the National Fodder and Food Securit…
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On this week’s Young Stock Podcast we talk to Conor Condron from Co Offaly. Conor recently started working for commodity consulting company, Black Silo. He wants to see Irish farmers use tools to reduce the risk involved in selling commodities. He was in Brazil at the beginning of the year for the soybean harvest and is travelling to Romania this w…
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This week, we chat to Adam Woods on buying stock bulls, Darren Carty on scour in lambs and Aidan Brennan on all things weather and grazing as the rain pours down. We also talk to Edward Healy from Grassland AGRO on managing fertilizer for silage. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week on the podcast Declan O’Brien talks about potential fodder supports that are on the table as well as advice around getting cows out grazing. Anne O’Donoghue and Noel Bardon discuss Kerry top-ups, how BISS applications are progressing and ICSA 2023 accounts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On this week’s tillage podcast we joined contractor John Hughes from Co Kilkenny on the tractor when he was out planting beans on Tuesday, 2 April. He sows beans from Wexford to Westmeath and has a busy time ahead when the weather picks up. We have the latest tillage news, chat with renewables editor Stephen Robb about the upcoming Irish Farmers Jo…
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In this week’s Young Stock Podcast, Peter Thomas Keaveney speaks with Conor Trimble at the Claas UK headquarters in the south east of England. The County Down man works for Claas UK, the distributor of all Claas products such as tractors, combines, forage harvesters and grassland equipment for the Irish and UK markets. We are currently recording th…
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This week, Adam Woods reports on the good mart trade for cattle, Martin Merrick talks about record land prices and rising concrete costs and Aidan Brennan talks about the impact of continued bad weather, fodder and the latest on milk prices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week’s tillage podcast is packed with news, technical information and interviews. We have the latest on the Food Vision Tillage Report, an interview with the manager of the Kepak Farm in Co Meath, an update on potato blight, a suggested new tillage scheme and much more. As always we have the grain market and weather report. The Tillage Podcast…
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Helen Sharp is joined by Irish Equine Veterinary Association committee members Dr Sue Salter of SES Equine Veterinary Services and Dr Sarah Ross of the Irish Equine Centre to answer the most popular breeding questions sent in by our readers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Meet the new entrant Dairy farmer who is milking 200 cows on 90% leased land. Declan Collins spoke with Robert Tobin, better known as ‘Tobin Farms’ on Instagram on how he got into dairy farming, the difficult spring so far and what it takes to be a good employer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week, Adam Woods chats about what's behind the booming cattle trade, Darren Carty on the trade for leasing and selling entitlements and Aidan Brennan on managing grazing as the rain pours down. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week Rachel Donovan chats to news correspondents Noel Bardon and Anne O’Donoghue about who will be exempt from farm inspections, FBD refunds to farmer customers following an overcharge, the latest in Irish politics as well as an update from the NDC’s interim boss Mark Keller. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On this week’s show we talk fieldwork, hear about a request for €60m in funding for tillage, forage crop options and welcome the From the Tramline farmers for 2024. We caught up with Teagasc tillage adviser Conor O’Callaghan at a recent Teagasc Signpost walk on Kepak’s farm in Co Meath. As always, we bring you the latest news, grain market and weat…
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Meet the young man who took ABP’s stand at the Tullamore Show. Anne O’Donoghue talks to James Stokes of Freeway Poultry about why he started his flock, being a teenage entrepreneur and expanding his business. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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On this week’s show we talk SCEP, trade for entitlements ahead of BISS deadline and we catch up with New Zealand dairy farmer, Olin Greenan for an update on what’s happening there. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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On this week’s tillage podcast we have all the latest news including details on the scrapping of the three-crop rule for this season, possible changes coming from the EU and an update from the fields. We chat to Steven Kildea of Teagasc on septoria control in the season ahead and we visited Tirlán’s oat mill in Portlaoise a few weeks ago where we h…
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On this week’s show we have the results of the Irish Farmers Journal land survey with tillage farmers. We chat to Cork tillage farmer Paul Moore on endangered species, surveys and nitrates rules. As always, we have all the latest tillage news, grain trends and the weather report. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On this week’s show, Gary Abbott caught up with Ciaran Hennessy of Hennessy Auctioneers to find out about his time studying Law and Business at UCD, becoming a chartered accountant with KPMG, travelling parts of the world with Ornua and working as group financial controller with ABP’s Irish Country Meats at just 28 years of age, all before returnin…
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This week’s show has details of a potential 20,000ha drop in the tillage area, an update on the three-crop rule derogation, crop costs and returns.We chat to Diageo’s sustainability manager David Hagan on the Guinness regenerative agriculture project and talk to Mariea O’Toole on Tirlán’s gluten-free oats area and growers. As always, we have the gr…
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