Irish Farmers Journal podcasts

Irish Farmers Journal podcasts

Discussion of agricultural news and rural affairs from Ireland's leading farming and agri-business newspaper, the Irish Farmers' Journal. Every Wednesday.

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January 21, 2022 54 min
This week, we talk Larry’s new bonus with Adam Woods, falling lamb prices with Darren Carty and calving kicking off with Aidan Brennan. We also talk to David Corbett from Grassland AGRO about slurry and early nitrogen.
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This week we discuss soaring prices for land leases, entitlements and tax, live exports and the pig crisis.
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This week the Irish Framers Journal tillage team run through your key tillage stories of the week. This week the team discuss spring bean planting, valuing organic fertiliser, adjusting nitrogen rates this season, canopy management, grain markets and the National Ploughing Championships.
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On this week’s show we talk bull beef and emissions with Adam Woods, scanning with Darren Carty and calving kicking off with Aidan Brennan. We also chat with Monaghan man farming in New Zealand, Olin Greenan about record milk prices over there.
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On this week’s podcast we discuss the beef trade, the outlook for Ireland’s PGI for grass-fed beef and fertiliser.
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This week Stephen, Siobhan and Andy discuss the changes to proposed requirement to cultivate over winter stubble, farm nutrient planning, recommended lists, grain markets, and using wool for fertiliser
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This week we talk about the battle of the breeds in the weanling game, slats instead of straw for sheep and all about hedgerow management. We also talk to John O’Loughlin from Grassland AGRO on fertiliser, slurry and where the price of nitrogen is.
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The Irish Farmers Journal team chats about the biggest stories of the week and discusses the fall-out.
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On the first Tillage Podcast of 2022, Stephen Robb is joined by Andy Doyle and Siobhan Walsh to discuss the key tillage related news stories of the week. This week the team discuss the Christmas floods in Wexford, falling natural gas prices, entitlement values in the new CAP, agri-environment and climate measures, grain markets and hedgerows.
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So many of us embrace the healthy eating mantra of January but we also deserve a weekend treat. This month Neven Maguire serves up some amazing Asian dishes including a prawn satay and a pork pad thai. And Ciara Leahy balances the flavours with a little sweetness in her wine pairings.
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This week we discuss the powerful players in fertiliser markets, big changes at Glanbia Co-op and a new scheme which will see farmers paid for renewable electricity.
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On the last Tillage podcast of the year, the team run through details of the new microgeneration support scheme, the ITLUS Australian trip, potato harvest results, markets and their highlights of the year
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On this week’s show we talk about a Red Angus heifer making €13,000, a load of fertiliser making €26,000 and about December lambs making €170 each. Jack Kennedy also talks to Seán McMahon from Grassland AGRO on soil fertility jobs for Christmas.
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Tune into this week’s podcast where we discuss the new Nitrates Action Programme, a report which says cows are the new coal and pig slurry.
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On week 20 of the tillage podcast, the Irish Farmers Journal tillage team discuss the new Irish protein crop plan, the new nitrates action plan proposals, the EU paying farmers for carbon and losing our VAT exemption on fertiliser
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This week, we talk about the new beef index, the US sheep market and nitrogen options. We also talk to David Corbett from Grassland AGRO on the latest developments in the fertiliser crisis.
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In this week’s podcast, we discuss the upcoming vote on the Glanbia deal, a Teagasc warning on incomes and commonage land in hot demand.
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On week 19 of the Tillage Podcast, Stephen, Andy and Siobhan discuss the outlook for 2022 on tillage farms, sustainability in the sector, fertiliser supply and the viral fertiliser video, selling electricity to the grid, planting hedgerows and much more
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Having each completed the 50k diet, team Irish Country Living discuss the challenges and learnings from the experience.
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