AgriLand’s top stories this week

AgriLand’s Top Stories This Week

All things grass: Grasstec, autumn targets not being realised on many farms
All things brilliant: €6m in funding for agri research
All things awareness: Campaign to reduce suicide in rural areas
All things leadership: Nuffield Ireland announces six new scholars for 2014

All things mobile: Lely goes mobile
All things cash: Family farm incomes fell 12 per cent, Teagasc survey out this week
All things export: 15 per cent increase in food and live animal exports for July
All things Nitrogen: Nitrogen extension deadline approaching

All things High Court: ABP Food Group to bring Polish supplier to court over alleged horsemeat supply
All things whiskey: Whiskey in the jar for Tullamore, work begins on €35m new distillery
All things ambition: Survey shows young farmers keen to expand
All things biofuel: IFA grain chairman welcomes key biofuels vote delay

All things fodder: IFA welcomes fodder survey, calls on farmers to look at all options early on
All things business: Glanbia opens its 53rd store
All things legal advice: Selling your farm
All things graduation: Agricultural graduates top of the class

All things dairy: Higher than average returns for dairy sector in August
All things SPS: Advanced payment of SPS confirmed
All things Ploughing: Tastes buds set to light up National Ploughing Championships 2013
All things global: Dairymaster signs new partnership deal with German CRI Genetics GmbH
All things delicious: Irish producers celebrate Great Taste success in London

The View from Teagasc
Teagasc census reports adequate fodder supplies for 140-day feeding
Farm management tips for September
Ireland advises Eritrea on agri hub
Tasty seaweed, Teagasc researchers on the big screen tonight
Maize silage, buyer beware
Impact of adverse weather on suckler beef profitability
Milk video tools to help farmers

The View from Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland scores a hat trick at Great Taste
NI farmers unlikely to benefit from EU vote on direct payments, UFU
Make the most of autumn grass

The Agricultural Science Association Annual Conference
Teagasc Prof Boyle confirms CAP pitfalls facing the beef industry
ABP’s Finnerty upbeat about prospects for Irish beef sector
Minister speaks CAP rollout at ASA conference

The GIY Gathering 2013
Darina Allen calls for caution on GM Irish foods

What’s New:
Turn2Me is now AgriLand’s chosen charity partner
Ireland gets ‘engaged’, Turn2Me to launch new digital support service

And Keep Watch:
Sit-down 30-minute AgriLand TV interview with Ireland’s Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney on all things farming next week.
Do email [email protected] if you have a question for the minister or tweet us @agrilandireland.
Don’t be shy now!

A good Sunday read, enjoy!

Yours in farming,
The AgriLand Team

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