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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December 3, 2021 39 min
This week, we talk all things winter feeding on beef and sheep farms and closing covers on dairy farms. We also talk to John O’Loughlin of Grassland AGRO about fertilisers, soil fertility and the Grass10 competition.
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The Irish Farmers Journal team talks about the latest developments, including the 10,500 farmers who must prove they are actively farming, why Irish beef prices are behind Poland and how sustainable each sector is.
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On week 18 of the Tillage Podcast, the IFJ tillage team discuss and debate all of the new proposed eco-schemes measures in the next Common Agricultural Policy.
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December 2, 2021 22 min
Its Christmastime and if you’re having friends over for a festive celebration, Neven Maguire has the perfect dinner to serve- Breast of Thornhill Duck with Sweet Potato Fondants and a honey and ginger sauce. And Ciara Leahy heads to New Zealand for some winning wine pairings.
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Anne O'Donoghue catches up with Daniel McKittrick from Co Mayo about his Christmas product, Nollaig Nog.
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This week, we talk rising beef prices, entitlements trading and what can dairy farmers do about fertiliser. We also talk to Zoe Kavanagh about what initiatives they are doing to promote milk and dairy farming.
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The Irish Farmers Journal team talks about the latest developments, including new eco scheme measures, the can of worms that is entitlement trading and the prospect of Ireland securing a nitrates derogation.
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Phelim O'Neill and Anne Finnegan debate what farmers can do to finance rising fertiliser costs for 2022 and how likely are the EU to be able to impose import standards from areas that have been deforested?
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On week 17 of the Tillage Podcast, the IFJ tillage team discuss the basics of winter bean planting, fertiliser sales and strategies, grain markets surpassing €300/t and shopping Irish this Christmas.
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Anne O'Donoghue and Ilka Denker discuss attitudes towards death and funerals, particularly new alternative funeral trends that are emerging.
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This week, we talk beef trade positivity, record lamb prices and the real cost of producing milk. We also talk to Liam Woulfe from Grassland AGRO about what is really happening in fertiliser markets.
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On this week’s podcast we discuss the fertiliser chain, the Glanbia deal, eco scheme measures and vet medicines.
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On week 16 of the Tillage Podcast, the team discuss the results from harvest 2021, 2022 crop areas, regenerative farming, renewable diesel and Boortmalt’s fixed price of €250/t.
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Both in his day job highlighting the benefits of living in the west and his side-gig running Strandhill People’s Market, for Allan Mulrooney there have been silver linings to the pandemic.
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This week, we talk suckler heifers making €10,000, new information on CAP and organic milking. We also talk to Longford dairy farmer Eugene Fitzpatrick about drying off with no antibiotics.
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On week 15 of the Tillage Podcast, the team discuss the key measures in the recently published Climate Action Plan, new tillage agri-environmental schemes, protein crops, wildflower seed testing and much more
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Mairead Lavery talks to Anne O'Donoghue about using the winter to get your garden in order, simple cost-effective tips for gardening and what the benefits of gardening are for her.
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This week, we talk sucklers in West Cork, monster ewes on Tullamore Farm and the future for Irish dairy farming. We also talk about the fertiliser bank with Sean McMahon of Grassland AGRO.
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The Irish Farmers Journal takes a look at the actions in the Climate Action Plan for farming and Phelim O’Neill takes a look at Article 16 and Brexit.
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