articles about agriculture
An agricultural firm has been fined for Health and safety failings which resulted in a young boy losing part of his leg.
With the recent extended talk on animal welfare issues in the country, we give you a list of do's and don'ts when it comes to keeping your animals.
A Texel ram was subject to numerous bids, resulting in the ram being sold for a cool €17,000.
Good sale in Balla last Saturday, with a lot of heavy cattle on offer.
This week's weather forecast sees periods of rain, with the warm weather set to return midweek.
Stuart Meikle shares his in depth views on the recent animal welfare in the mart exclusive story.
The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers association issue a response to the recent animal welfare mart story.
Smaller number of lots on offer in Roscommon last week as only two heifers went unsold.
On this week's weird cow breed segment we profile the illusive Ankole-Watusi, the cow with the huge horns.
In our new mini-series we focus on perhaps one of the greatest movies of all time, The Field.
On this week's Sunday Book Club we profile an instant classic, based on the life of a hawk trainer.
The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association are calling for €5m to be given to the hill sheep sector.
On this week's new mini-series we discuss all things dog related. This week we look at what you should look out for when purchasing the perfect working dog.
Tillage Diary: Gary and his team begin harvesting their oil seed rape, and their square baler is in full swing
On this weeks Tillage Diary, Gary tells of the weekly events, which included getting the oil seed rape harvested, and baling for their customers.
At yesterday's property auction at the castle hotel in Macroom County Cork, All lots sold together as one for €490,000.
A recent episode of Countryfile has landed themselves in hot water, with a recent exposé claiming dairy bull calves are shot at birth.