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Suckler research to remain a Teagasc priority

Suckler research to remain a Teagasc priority

Teagasc is confirming that suckler research will remain at the very heart of its commitment to the Irish beef industry....

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‘Buoyant trade’ seen at Tullow on Tuesday, as cull ewes hit €198 and lambs €170

‘Buoyant trade’ seen at Tullow on Tuesday, as cull ewes hit €198 and lambs €170

A strong entry of sheep were met with a very good demand at Tullow Mart on Tuesday, with lamb prices...

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Dairy Focus: ‘Winter milk production suits our farm’

Dairy Focus: ‘Winter milk production suits our farm’

In this week’s Dairy Focus, Agriland made the trip to meet Noel and Jason Wilkin on their dairy and sheep farm in Co....

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Agri-sector jobs: Do any of these interest you?

Agri-sector jobs: Do any of these interest you?

A number of notable and exciting agri-sector jobs are available at the moment, with something on offer for many different...

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Ireland has huge potential to improve animal welfare – UCD chair

Ireland has huge potential to improve animal welfare – UCD chair

The first-ever chair of animal welfare and veterinary ethics at University College Dublin’s (UCD) School of Veterinary Medicine was appointed...

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Meat processor fires factory workers over boning hall knife incident

Meat processor fires factory workers over boning hall knife incident

By Gordon Deegan Donegal Meat Processors dismissed two meat factory workers involved in a knife incident at a plant where...

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Vogelsang to market vacuum tanker equipment virtually

Vogelsang to market vacuum tanker equipment virtually

Vogelsang, the German based manufacturer of slurry distribution equipment, has launched a virtual showroom by which it may display its...

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UK and New Zealand agree to ‘accelerate’ trade talks

UK and New Zealand agree to ‘accelerate’ trade talks

Trade talks between the UK and New Zealand have stepped up a gear, with reports “strong progress” has been made...

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Jobs to remain as Kerry Group agrees sale of meats and meals business

Jobs to remain as Kerry Group agrees sale of meats and meals business

Kerry Group has said that the jobs currently with its Consumer Foods’ Meats and Meals business will remain as they...

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Northern sheep trade: Lamb prices take a 15-20p/kg hit

Northern sheep trade: Lamb prices take a 15-20p/kg hit

Lamb prices in Northern Ireland (NI) have edged back similar to down south this past week, with prices during the...

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Ciaran Fitzgerald: Government should support farmers to plan long-term

Ciaran Fitzgerald: Government should support farmers to plan long-term

Stability and policy coherence supports long-term investment while confusion and contradiction only undermines it and this applies to business and...

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BEAM: Closing date for reference period option on Monday

BEAM: Closing date for reference period option on Monday

Farmers are being reminded that the closing date by which they can opt to change their reduction period under the...

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€2m seafood promotion will help claw back business lost to Covid-19

€2m seafood promotion will help claw back business lost to Covid-19

A further allocation by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) of €2m in 2021 will help to...

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UFU threatens to end cooperation with department over ‘TB inaction’

UFU threatens to end cooperation with department over ‘TB inaction’

Tensions were said to have “run very high” during a meeting this week between chief vet and Ulster Farmers’ Union...

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Car occupants injured after trailer disconnects from tractor

Car occupants injured after trailer disconnects from tractor

The occupants of a car were injured and hospitalised after an incident in which a flatbed trailer became disconnected from...

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FSAI issues recall of all dairy products from unapproved firm

FSAI issues recall of all dairy products from unapproved firm

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has issued a “further recall” of all products produced by the Irish firm...

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Dog attacks: Patience ‘fast running out’ over need for ‘appropriate sanctions’

Dog attacks: Patience ‘fast running out’ over need for ‘appropriate sanctions’

Appropriate sanctions must be in place for those who fail to have their dog under control at all times, and...

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Lakeland ‘the only co-op who paid correct price’ – ICMSA

Lakeland ‘the only co-op who paid correct price’ – ICMSA

Lakeland Dairies is the only dairy processor that paid “the correct price” so far for milk supplied in the month...

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