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Farmers, do you owe debts? Are debts owed to you?

For a farmer, debts arise. You may owe debts, debts may be owed to you.

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JOE SHEEHY: Managing clover swards not so difficult

Fertilisers are expensive, and must be used as efficiently as possible.

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Bidding farewell to four-pronged pike

Everybody knows that I’m a first-class operator of the four-pronged pike.

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Residential farm to test strong Macroom area market

The area to the west of Cork city, near Macroom, has seen a number of successful sales in recent years.

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Today's the last day for chemical N, P

Ensure all re-seeding is completed by September 14, because using chemical N or P with the grass seed after this date could incur a penalty under Cross Compliance.

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Farmers praise Glanbia for milk price bonus

Dairy farmers have praised Glanbia Ireland for “signposting the road that other milk processors must follow”.

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Clare's 10-year rural plan targets 4,000 extra jobs

Clare’s 10-year rural plan targets 4,000 extra jobs

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Cattle and dairy farmers not satisfied with wormer results

Farmers have been advised to know what worms they are trying to treat in their cattle, to choose the correct anthelmintic product, and ensure that application is ...

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Mixed welcome for Government’s solar energy plans

Solar energy promoters have given a mixed welcome to the broad approach outlined by Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten for ...

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Ireland well poised to take advantage of antibiotic curbs

Ireland may be well placed to take advantage, as restrictions on veterinary medicines in livestock farming increase.

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