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Irish Farmers Journal Apr 30
This week’s cover stars💫 Anna and Connor Mills checking on some yearling bullocks staying on leased land let out by their father Declan to local farmer Aidan Ryan. 📸
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Irish Farmers Journal Apr 22
Lauren and Josh Anderson from Armagh decorated this silage round bale in support for all key workers and the .
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Harvest New Zealand May 4
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Irish Farmers Journal Apr 23
This week’s cover stars 💫 Francis Murphy and Mikey Nolan sowing Golden Wonders for Hatton produce in Moneytucker, Co Wexford. Francis and Mikey check the dept of the seed. Some of these potatoes will go on to become Tayto crisps🥔
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Holiday Staff Mar 21
Farmers are desperately looking for workers now they can't employ their usual seasonal staff. If you know of any jobs going, please list them on Holiday Staff for free and let's keep this country going. We have job seekers looking and asking
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Moira Nisbet CIHCM Mar 24
My new colleagues for the foreseeable ......
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Phill Doyle Photo Mar 26
Great to see the dedicating its front page to encouraging people to keep on going through these strange times. Even better that it is supported by its deep bank of photography. Pick up a copy today.
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Moira Nisbet CIHCM Mar 26
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Barry Cassidy Mar 24
Set up to cover what is set to be a pivotal press conference in the fight against COVID-19. Keep an eye on to see what the announcements will mean for agriculture
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Jamie Leonard Mar 20
Farming fights back against . All over Ireland, farmers are playing their part in keeping at bay. The wants to hear your story. Tweet your stories & pictures using or email news@farmersjournal.ie
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IFJCaitriona Mar 25
Bit of baling in the lockdown in Tipperary
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Stephen Robb Mar 28
Last of our Magnum fodder beet lifted this afternoon, won’t be long before beet crop 2020 is going in!
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Irish Country Living Mar 26
Many new words have entered into our day to day vocabulary due to . We might wish they were not in our conversations but we need to be aware of what they mean. writes.
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IFJCaitriona Mar 25
Dad keeping up to date on with @TodaySOR as he ploughs
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FJ Tillage Mar 30
Andrew Kavnagh takes advantage of a few good days’ weather in Knockreagh, Co Wexford, by sowing Laureate spring malting barley for Boortmalt🌾 . 📸Phillip Doyle
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The Wellbeing Farm Mar 26
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Barry Cassidy Mar 26
Just like farming the show goes on . 72 pages packed with information, advice and plenty of good news (no rain for the next week). No shortage of weekend reading for those playing their part to limit the spread of COVID-19
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Klara Heron Mar 20
My colleagues in are rounding up stories from all over the country to help farmers during this crisis, if you have any bright ideas to share and the team would love to hear them
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Pat O Toole Mar 26
Iconic front page this week. As worrying as these days are, the sunshine has us feeling better about life. Country people can count our blessings. Sending good thoughts to anyone cooped up in an apartment. It will be worth it
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Irish Country Living Mar 23
Subscriber only: Navan GP Dr Marie Scully spoke to Amii McKeever about protecting our front line health staff during COVID-19 and what to do if you need treatment or advice.
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