Opinion: Consumers will not allow complacency over animal welfare

Stuart Meikle shares his in depth views on the recent animal welfare in the mart exclusive story.

Hundreds line streets of Ballymote in Protest

People lined the streets in Ballymote Co. Sligo Friday last, over the announcement that Bank Of Ireland are all but closing its service in the area. Seamus Maye, who was in attendance, gave us an exclusive update on the days events.

Diesel prices set for further rises

It has been reported, that diesel and petrol prices will be proposed for an increase in Budget 2018.

Spare a thought for India's farmers in the middle of a suicide epidemic.

India have been experiencing an extremely high suicide rate, put down to climate change.

"Make Certain those things still within our power"

That was the message from The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association for the Government today.

May to visit Ireland today

British Prime Minister Teresa May is to travel to Dublin today to meet the Taosieach amid growing Brexit fears.

Heard of Divestment? It’s going to change the world and farming too as we know it

This week Ireland made history as the first country to call for a ban on state investment in oil and gas a major move that will have ramifications world wide.

Fitzmaurice calls on FF to withdraw support from Government if they cannot get Tillage farmers compensation

The independent TD has not minced words over the failure to provide tillage crisis support for Ireland's grain farmers.

Hedgecutting Poll Results: 74% not concerned about Wildlife, 87% want extension

The results are in. What do farmers think of the proposed extension of the hedge-cutting and burning season?

IFA Priorities: Short-Term Farm Income Support & Long-Term Volatility Measures

As talks of Budget 2017 begin to bubble up once again, take a closer look at what the IFA is striving for this year.