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This week Stephen, Andy and Siobhan run through key agronomy tips for the week, discuss net blotch and ask if it’s time to reconsider nitrogen rates on winter wheat given anticipated harvest prices. The team also discuss their recent trip to Flahavan’s, the new Philip Wreck Soil Farmers of the Year awards, solar farms, carbon and one member of the …
 
On this week’s we talk beef prices taking another lift with Adam Woods, another boom in milk prices with Aidan Brennan and completing the most important job of the year with Darren Carty . We also talk to Michael Murray from ESPN Networks on the 24 hour helpline for those that want help from ESB Networks and Sean McMann from Grassland AGRO on why k…
 
Analysis of the record beef prices seen in marts this week, the latest on dairy markets, carbon emission target negotiations, pig protests, sexed semen use and turf all feature in this week’s podcast. We also hear from the new secretary of the Tullamore FBD National Livestock Show Chelsea Cox McDonald on what attendees can expect this year.…
 
This week on the tillage podcast, Stephen Robb is joined in studio with Andy Doyle and Siobhan Walsh where the team discuss producing a paper during covid-19 lockdowns, aphid pressure, leaf analysis, green grain prices at €330/t and nitrates regulations.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
Detail of a new €55m scheme to help farmers make hay and silage, Teagasc’s U-turn on stocking rate advice for suckler farmers, stolen calves, the CAP plan and problems for young farmers all feature. We also discuss the National Parks and Wildlife Service’s new strategic action plan.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
Jack Kennedy, Anne Finnegan and Phelim O'Neill discuss what an EU ban on Russian oil imports would mean for Irish business and the threat of an New Zealand trade deal for Irish exports. Also, have Fonterra found the solution to methane emissions from cows?由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week Stephen, Siobhan and Andy discuss if lack of moisture is beginning to cause issues for crops, the new range of potato chemistry in the pipeline, the Fodder and Food Security Committee, horticulture input prices, grain markets and much more.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week we analyse the increases in shed building costs and ask what it means for farmers. We discuss rising fertiliser prices, tractor GPS thefts, Macra’s new CEO and how IFA members in North Cork are unhappy with the association’s salary increases for its leadership. Michael O’Leary tells us about his like for Angus cattle and we hear from the …
 
This week Stephen, Siobhan and Andy run through all of the key agronomy decisions taking place in tillage fields this week. The team get an update on malting barley price and also discuss the results of a solar PV study which was commissioned by the Irish Farmers Journal.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week we discuss how stricter schemes may be needed in the new CAP, the details of a government’s latest aid package for pig farmers and government tensions over a potential ban on the sale and distribution of turf. We also look at a Teagasc report which warns of a big drop in farm incomes this year and discuss how cancelled shipments by Stena …
 
This week we discuss how an EU Directive could see farmers needing environmental permits to farm. We look at beef breeding and how slaughtering cattle earlier can reduce emissions and analyse sheep prices. We also hear from members of the Women in Agriculture Stakeholders Group and the winners of the 2022 Certified Irish Angus school competition.…
 
As the evenings get warmer, we’re embracing the joy of fish. Neven Maguire has some fantastic piri piri prawn skewers with chorizo that can work as a starter or a main served with salad. To really wow, the tuna niçoise salad will have everyone talking. And our wine expert Ciara suggests two rosés and chardonnays that will work a treat.…
 
Jack Kennedy, Anne Finnegan and Phelim O'Neill discuss the strong financial results from Aurivo for 2021 and concerns for costs in 2022. Meanwhile the UK and Canada conclude first round of trade talks and what are these likely to lead to in the years ahead with concerns about Canadian beef fed with hormones foremost among concerns.…
 
This week we discuss how it’s set to cost €50 to make a bale of silage this year, the latest on fertiliser prices, pig farmers protests and our consumer survey which suggests the Irish public are willing to pay more for farm produce in light of rising farm level costs.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week, we discuss the findings of our reader survey including farmers' plans to reduce fertiliser use and cut stock numbers. We also go through changes to CAP entitlements and hear farmer reaction. The IFA tells us why the below cost selling of food should be banned and Balla mart goers describe the beef trade.…
 
Jack Kennedy, Anne Finnegan and Phelim O'Neill debate the successful challenge to the Global burden of disease study that said red meat was harmful, record profits at JBS the worlds largest meat processor and a special focus on China’s role in shaping global trade in agri products.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
On this week’s show, we discuss details of the new suckler cow scheme, the price of calves and reseeding options. We also talk to New Zealand based dairy farmer Olin Greenan and to David Corbett from Grassland AGRO on sourcing Nitrogen.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week, our news team discusses how Department officials are considering ways to reduce bovine methane emissions, land prices, farmers’ fertiliser woes and sinister death threats which have been made to IFA officers. We also cover farmer views on the new CAP and how the Department now concedes it may have to change.…
 
Jack Kennedy, Anne Finnegan and Phelim O’Neill discuss fertiliser coming into Ireland over recent months, farmer reaction to the CAP proposals and could the EU change them at this stage? Also what Joe Burke said to the Farmers Journal about markets for Irish beef由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week, our news team discusses how farmers are set to be paid to grow more fodder, dairy quota fears, CAP convergence and the detail of an emergency aid package for the pig sector. We also hear from news correspondent Rachel Donovan as she reports on the Agricultural Consultants Association AGM.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week, Andy, Siobhan and Stephen talk about the measures proposed by the Minister of Agriculture to increase cereal and fodder crops area, commodity market turmoil, CAP funding for anaerobic digestion, spring sowing restarts, slurry testing results and much more.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week we discuss how the war in fuelling fears over the cost and availability of fertiliser and feed and the response of the European Commission. We also look at a new definition of the active farmer under the new CAP plan and the weanling trade in Donegal Mart.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
This week the Irish Farmers Journal team run through the latest developments in Ukraine and examine how the conflict will impact grain markets and energy prices. The team also run through risk mitigation strategies for the season ahead and ask if it’s time to ramp up renewable biomethane production.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
We’re in the middle of match season and this month Neven Maguire has come up with the tastiest nibbles for halftime. From spicy buffalo wings to the most memorable Sloppy Joes and the crunchiest sausage rolls, topped with sesame seeds, your guests will be talking about the food rather than the match score. And given St Patrick’s Day is coming up Ci…
 
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