Fertiliser flying out merchants' gates as prices wane
Rachel Donovan
Serious price drops are also being experienced with CAN now trading as low as €470/t, down from over €600/t just six weeks ago.
24 May 2023 News
Farmers advised of property marking service
The service involves marking farm valuables with the farmer's Eircode and erecting signage around the farm to deter thieves.
24 May 2023 News
Final 15% of Sheep Welfare Scheme payments begin issuing
The total amount paid to over 17,500 farmers under the Sheep Welfare Scheme for 2022 to €17.3m.
Motorcyclist killed in collision involving tractor
The man in his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene, according to gardaí.
24 May 2023 News
IFA livestock chair critical of factories' attempts to cut beef prices
Supplies of finished cattle are tight, with further reductions in numbers expected over the coming weeks, according to Brendan Golden.
24 May 2023 News
Eastern European farmers take to Brussels in protest over imports
Farmers are protesting around excessive imports of agricultural and food products from Ukraine.
23 May 2023 News
IPAV president steps down due to concerns over alleged governance issues
The Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers rejects the allegations made against it by Gerry Coffey, who stepped down as president last week.
23 May 2023 News
Young Stock Podcast: Moycullen to Texas with the aid of agriculture and handball
Rachel Donovan speaks to Martin Mulkerrins from Moycullen, Co Galway, about playing a season on the US pro handball tour, studying ag science, doing a masters and going on to lecture in Mountbellew.
22 May 2023 News
Even if there's 'cattle in them' you'll get planning - IPAV on old farmhouses
Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers CEO said that farm organisations could impress upon farmers the need to sell old houses on their farms.
20 May 2023 News
Rewetting plans 'an unstoppable force meeting an immovable object' - Nolan
Independent TD Carol Nolan has described farmers' rights and international food security as an immovable object.
19 May 2023 News
Stronger dog control laws must be implemented quickly - IFA
The call comes following a dog attack on a yearling bullock belonging to a north Kildare farmer, the IFA has claimed.
19 May 2023 News
Tax breaks 'could release 100,000 derelict homes' to the market
The new Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant Scheme is of no use unless property owners are incentivised to sell old houses, IPAV CEO Pat Davitt has said.
18 May 2023 News