Former dairy farmer of the year reduces fertiliser usage with Sobac
In recent years, more and more farmers are focusing on the overall health of their soil, worm population and root...
Making a dairy farmer’s life easier with Kverneland’s 853 Pro Bale Chopper
Martin Morris runs a spring calving dairy enterprise based in Ballycanew, Gorey, Co. Wexford. Based on a recommendation, his attention...
Winter beef series: Selecting dairy-beef animals for slaughter
Drafting and selecting animals for slaughter is ongoing on Teagasc DairyBeef 500 farms and will continue right throughout the spring....
Farmer saves over €4,000 by switching to new organic fertiliser
Edith and James Duff are beef and sheep farmers from Ballymena, Co. Antrim. Their herd consists of 100 ewes and...
Pöttinger supporting successful Wexford family farm
Tomás Codd runs a mixed dairy and arable farm with his wife, Hilary, and three sons in Co. Wexford. Tomás...
The risks involved with working at height
Pat Griffin, HSA senior inspector, discusses the risks involved with working at height.
Cork Dairy farmer, Patrick O’Callaghan’s, experience with GEA’s rotary parlour
When looking at rotaries, Patrick wanted something “reliable and robust, that would last the test of time”. He chose a...
Winter Beef series: Avoiding ‘the weanling weight struggle’
With many grazing weanlings already housed and the end line now in sight for those still out, it is important...
Winter Beef series: Targets for winter weight gain in cattle
Achieving daily live weight gain targets throughout an animal’s life on calf-to-beef farms is one of the key metrics used...
Farmland discusses rural crime and reaction to the Food Vision Dairy Group report
On this Farmland programme, Agriland editor Stella Meehan, discusses the prevalence of rural crime as the winter evenings close in,...
Farmland discusses bird flu in Ireland and the 2022 maize harvest
Farmland discusses how biosecurity measures can mitigate the spread of avian flu in Ireland and hears an update on this...
Farmland discusses the new CAP and Budget 2023 in relation to farmers in vulnerable sectors
On this week’s episode of Farmland, Agriland journalist Aisling O’Brien sits down with the IFA’s chief economist Tadhg Buckley to...
Farmland discusses research on pig development, ACRES and the energy crisis
On this week’s episode of Farmland, Agriland editor, Stella Meehan sits down with Edgar Garcia Manzanilla to discuss an interesting...
How to: Manage your weanlings at housing time
Housing is a stressful time for young animals. Often, groups of animals experience long transport distances and are unfamiliar with...
Agriland visits a ‘mega farm’ in Japan
Agriland visited a ‘mega farm’ in Japan focused on milk and Wagyu beef production.
National Ploughing Championships 2022 Prepares for Opening
Preparations for the opening of The National Ploughing Championships 2022 in Ratheniska.
Farmland discusses changes in the sheep trade and the prospects for biomethane
In this episode of Farmland, Agriland sheep specialists Michael Geary speaks to Sheep Committee chair with the Irish Cattle and...
Farmland discusses CAP schemes and beef genetics
On this episode of Farmland, Agriland editor Stella Meehan sits down with agricultural consultants, Paul Belton and Thomas Quin to...