articles about dairy
Thatsfarming.com are currently in Tasmania for the DeLaval Grassland Robotics Convention following Andrew Walsh's journey down under
Day 1 of the DeLaval Grassland Robotics Convention has come to a close but the highlight has to be Andrew Walshs speech! See Andrews full presentation here - Doing Ireland proud in Tasmania!
Edward Dudley is back with the popular My Pedigree Week and he's put his main herd out to grass at last!
A Kiwi dairy farmer has set a world record; milking 5000 cows in 12 hours.
Andrew Walsh author of My Grazing Week is heading down under with DeLaval and Thats Farming to find out about dairy farming in Tasmania, Australia,
Andrew Walsh is back with Week 25 of My Grazing week and the cows are getting used to being back on grass.
The ICMSA has come out all guns blazing to say that Irish milk processors are consistently underpaying leading to unfair milk prices.
The Power brothers are powering ahead in the milking industry at Kilbricken Farm in Callan. The Kilkenny brothers, renowned for their hurling history are well-established players in the field of dairy farming.
Andrew Walsh author of My Grazing Week is heading down under with DeLaval and Thats Farming to find out about dairy farming in Tasmania, Australia, the exciting new series starts here!
Milk powder prices plummet dramatically at the latest Global Dairy Trade
In this weeks dairy update we are covering the Global Dairy Trade predictions and it seems to be a period of volatility.
This week, Edward had a tough week on his farm with a fatal case of Milk fever robbing Edward of his oldest cow
This week's young farmer is Diarmuid Foley from Tipperary a passionate dairy farmer who has a bright future in the industry.
After last week’s beef round up, focusing on dairy calves, this weeks thatsfarming.com beef round up, we will take a look at feeding our dairy calves.
Andrew Walsh is back with the ever popular My Grazing Week and this week despite the storms he's been laying new road for his cattle and allocating grass for when the cows are back in the fields.
Haven’t we been producing that for years here in Ireland?