Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Minister and farming leaders on a climate change collision course Irish farming a global leader on sustainability - ICMSA Agriculture accountsfor one-third of Ireland's total GHG emissions AGRICULTURE Minister Michael Creed has received little support from farm leaders for his proposal that...
Asian shares hit one-year low on Turkey, China worries (stock picture) Asian shares hit fresh one-year lows on Thursday, weighed by worries about China's economic slowdown and Turkey's currency crisis, though news of renewed trade talks between Washington and Beijing helped...
Germany confirms aid for animal feed after drought Cattle stand in an enclosure at the Adventure Farm during preparations for the Green Week international food, agriculture and horticulture fair in Berlin. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo Germany has confirmed it will relax some...
Pictures: Better quality animals drive on the cattle prices' rally Pictures and prices from Carrigallen Mart 11/8/2018 Carrigallen Mart Special Sale Weanling Bulls Lot Number 558 Weight 460Kg DOB12/1/18 Breed CHX Sex Bull Price €1245 Photo Brian Farrell Last week saw the mart trade continue the recovery in prices...
Athlone's magic in the middle: Why it's time to turn off the motorway Ireland's Midlands offer an off-radar holiday off the motorways, Mark Evans writes from Athlone... Athlone and the River Shannon. Photo: Chris Hill / Fáilte IrelandAthlone CastleViking Boat, AthloneTimmy...
Europe-wide drought piles pressure on feed supplies Joe Devine gets a helping hand from his daughter Isobel on their County Leitrim Farm Securing sufficient feed ingredients for the Irish livestock sector this winter remains a challenge, importers and millers have warned. The...
Profits at UK engineering firm Balfour Beatty up 69pc Balfour Beatty has a joint venture in Ireland with CLG, which undertakes work for Gas Networks Ireland. Photo: PA Profits at Balfour Beatty - the UK company that through a joint venture...
Richard Curran: Did we sell Aer Lingus too low? IAG CEO Willie Walsh with Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh who is eyeing the prospect of further expansion in the US. Photo: Jason Clarke Last week I was fortunate enough to fly...
A health care worker from a town in Massachusetts has quit the hospital job she held for 32 years after learning she won the the largest Powerball prize for a single ticket-holder in the contest's North American history. Lottery officials...
'We aim for four cuts of red clover silage each year' Brendan Gildea on his organic farm in Dunmore in Co. Galway. Photo: David Walsh Dairy farmer Brendan Gildea reckons there is a "fantastic opportunity for conventional tillage farmers to switch...
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