The National Trust has announced it will be broadcasting a live foaling as part of its MyFarm experiment
Kubota’s popular L4100 tractor, flagship of the firm’s seven-model ‘standard’ 12-41hp tractor line, is now available with an easy-to-operate hydrostatic transmission (HST) in place of the eight forward/four reverse mechanical shuttle gearbox.
Looking for new tractors or groundcare equipment? Then don’t miss Kubota Live! 2010 – the only event that gives visitors the chance to put the complete Kubota range to the test.
Clare T.D. and Minister for Defence Tony Killeen has reminded Clare farmers that the issuing of pre-printed applications forms for the 2010 Single Payment Scheme has commenced.
Steve Mckee managing partner of Alnwick based AFS Country Store has teamed up with Martin Jameson of Britmilk. AFS country store which used to trade as Arable Farm Supplies has over 30 years experience in supplying farmers through out Northumberland with products and services. Now AFS can boast the new position of main merchant for Britmilk
Tony Killeen TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, has reminded Clare farmers that the closing date for participation in the Dairy Efficiency Programme is Friday 19 February 2010.
Kubota has unveiled its first new machine of 2010; the new B2420. An addition to the popular 12, 16 and 18hp B20 Series launched last year, this range-topping 24hp compact tractor delivers everything you expect from Kubota – a simple, user-friendly machine that is powerful, reliable and extremely durable - and all at an affordable price.
Tony Killeen T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, has confirmed that the Department has authorised payment of EUR190 million in respect of the second tranche of grant payments of 40 per cent under the Farm Waste Management Scheme.
Tony Killeen, Fianna Fail TD for Clare, and Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, has called on all relevant Clare farming interests to continue to engage actively and realistically in the discussions on the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which will intensify in the early months of this year.