AgriLand’s top stories this week

AgriLand’s Top Stories This Week

All things Ploughing: National Ploughing steps up a gear
All things milk quota: Last chance to dispose of unwanted milk quota
All things great: Bord Bia goes Dutch, new campaign to promote Irish beef
All things poultry: Irish poultry set for funding bonanza

All things wishful: John Deere introduces new 7R and 8R series tractors
All things groundbreaking: SuperValu adopts world’s first DNA bacon traceability
All things wonderful: Limousins stretch across Ireland
All things GMO: National GMO lab for food and feed testing under way
All things legal advice: Legal advice, subdividing commonage land

All things feed: Dangers of ‘addiction to feed’ in dairy farming
All things superlevy: Milk quota superlevy gap closes, ICMSA urges caution
All things charity: Ford tractors get in gear, charity harvest day
All things banks: ‘Banks have left agriculture in the lurch’ and Agriculture tops Irish bank lending
All things Glanbia: GIIL rolls out on-farm sustainability plan to its 4,300 milk suppliers

All things to keep watch: Fonterra ‘relived about all clear from Clostridium botulinum’ and NZ’s Fonterra pushes its reputation on social media

All things new: Opinion Advice Column from GrasstecTimely decisions needed to achieve autumn grass targets

Top events:

On AgriLand TV:
Dairy feed & nutrition Joe Patton, Teagasc at Virginia Show courtesy Ramor Videos
A preview of the Ploughing Championships 2013, courtesy National Ploughing Association

Don’t forget: Play tag at Croke Park

Keep watch: Latest Bord Bia’s advice on the new HVG French tax tomorrow

And please do watch the AgriLand showcase, we are #justgettingstarted

Yours in farming, gur raibh maith agat,

The AgriLand team


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