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  • POTATO MARKET UPDATE 10th SEPTEMBER

    POTATO MARKET UPDATE 10th SEPTEMBER

      A lot of early crop Rooster growers will finish up harvesting this week. Rainfall is continuing to cause problems for harvesting particularly in Donegal. Some growers have resumed harvesting this week but conditions are quite poor. Digging of the main season crop is expected to commence in the next two weeks. Reports from the […]

  • REVALUATION 2019 – VALUATION OFFICE WALK IN CLINICS SEPTEMBER

      The revaluation of commercial properties in the Tipperary County Council rating authority area has now been completed. Final Valuation Certificates have been posted to over 5,300 commercial and industrial ratepayers in the area. Find out more about your valuation, and walk in clinics in the Tipperary area. Also read PIG MARKET UPDATE 11th SEPTEMBER

  • PIG MARKET UPDATE 11th SEPTEMBER

    PIG MARKET UPDATE 11th SEPTEMBER

      No change in factory quotes for pigs again this week. Farmers report prices in the general range of €1.80c/kg up to €1.82c/kg, with the upper end becoming more common. The third quarter of the year normally sees an increase in production across Europe and a depression in the market but it seems that demand […]

  • FACTORY CATTLE PRICES 11th SEPTEMBER

    FACTORY CATTLE PRICES 11th SEPTEMBER

      Prices reported as quoted or paid to IFA Members. Steer base €3.45/kg. Heifers €3.55/kg. Young Bulls O/R/U €3.20-3.55/kg. Cows €2.80/3.30/kg. In-spec bonus 12c/kg above base price. FACTORY BASE QUOTES C/KG Steers Heifers Cows Dawn Slane No kill Kepak Athleague No kill Moyvalley Meats 345 355 270 – 330 Euro Farm Foods 345 355 270 […]

  • BLUE LIGHT AWARENESS

    BLUE LIGHT AWARENESS

      Emergency Service personnel save lives in the course of their work. Every second counts when we are responding to an emergency .We must get to the scene quickly and safely without putting other road users in danger. Emergency services personnel receive specialist training to do this, but you need to know what to do […]

  • “Minister’s track record on beef crisis is one of chronic ineptitude,” Mattie McGrath

      Independent TD Mattie McGrath has strongly condemned the inability of the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, to bring about a resolution to the ongoing beef crisis. Deputy McGrath was speaking as farmers have continued to peacefully protest up to 20 processing plants as well as the major retail distribution hubs: “We are at the […]

  • 11 September 2019

    11 September 2019

      We had another lovely cycle Sunday morning in the beautiful countryside with the sun shining down on us as we chatted our way through the Ragg and across to Drom village with gorgeous views of the devils bit in front of us.  Anyone interested check out the cycling Ireland website and register for next […]

  • MINISTER CREED HAS TO GET TOUGH WITH THE FACTORIES

    MINISTER CREED HAS TO GET TOUGH WITH THE FACTORIES

      IFA President Joe Healy said it is time for the Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed to tell the meat barons to stop posturing and come forward with proposals to resolve the current impasse in the beef sector. “The time for persuasion is over. This is an unprecedented crisis and it cannot go on any […]

  • ROAD RESURFACING WORKS ON THE R445; LISSATAGGART TO PHILBEEN BRIDGE TOOMEVARA.

      Tipperary County Council wishes to inform the public that the Council and our employed Contractor Kelly’s of Fantane will be carrying out road resurfacing works on the R445 between Lissataggart and Philbeen Bridge, Toomevara between 07.00 hrs to 19.00 hrs from Wednesday the 11th September to Friday 27th September 2019. Traffic Management will be […]

  • Kilruane MacDonaghs Notes Sept-11-2019

      After last Sunday’s 2-19 to 2-15 victory over Annacarty we have topped the group secured a place in the County quarter-finals. This was the fourth successive victory over Annacarty. The previous three were: 1944 County semi-final 2-5 to 1-4; 2015 County quarter-final 1-22 to 1-14; and 2018 1-19 to 0-16. The westerners had nine […]