The Brexit negotiations drag on and Ireland is a most interested spectator as we fear the consequences of a hard border or a no deal Brexit. The EU establishment fear that other member states may be tempted to leave if Britain is seen to get a good deal. On the...
As part of their mid-year Outlook, Teagasc economists outlined how Irish grassland and tillage farmers have faced highly unusual weather through the first half of 2018.
Larry Burke - Territory Manager Ireland for Eurogene AI Services describes what to expect at Farmex 2018
Dairy farmers have a particular interest in a good water supply as it is essential for milk production which is by far the most profitable farming enterprise. Nowadays many farmers have invested in a good water infrastructure system on their holdings. An inadequate...
The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on May 25 and have been a hot topic ever since. These new regulations are designed to harmonise data privacy laws across Europe and protect the data of its citizens.
Farm contractors are currently running 20,000 tractors in the Republic of Ireland and baling 5million bales of silage every year