Recent Press Releases

Wet weather adding to the problems in Tyrone

15th August 2015

Robin Clements on his Co Tyrone farm.

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Taking full advantage of grass resource

8th August 2015

Farm visit to Wales focused on both grass production and utilisation as areas to improve farm profitability.

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Review herd performance

1st August 2015

All farmers should be assessing their own individual feed plans in order to establish whether cows are maximising grass utilisation.

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Attention turns to drying off on autumn calving farms

25th July 2015

With calving only around the corner on autumn calving farms, attention is now turning to getting cows dried off, writes Conail Keown.

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Dairylink County by County Roundup

18th July 2015

Dairylink advisor Conail Keown does a county by county roundup of how the summer is progressing on the Dairylink farms.

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The World Mounted Games Championships

17th July 2015

The Irish Mounted Games Team, sponsored by Devenish, were Silver medal winners at the World Team Championships in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Plan cash coming in and out now for real benefits

11th July 2015

Forward planning cashflow is beneficial for Dairylink Group, writes Conail Keown.

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David Brady from Stradone, Cavan joins the Dairylink team

4th July 2015

Increasing measurment and management of the dairy business is a key goal for David Brady as he develops his dairy business.

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Wexford's Jason Higgins shares winner's prize in Puissance at Jumping in the City

29th June 2015

The "Jumping in the City" Final attracted a capacity crowd to Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium in Dublin on Friday 26th June, where Wexford's Jason Higgins shared the winner’s prize in a thrilling Devenish sponsored Puissance competition.

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Zero grazing is the cheapest feed source for dairy farmers Farmer Focus reports

27th June 2015

Robin Clements, Trillick, Co Tyrone Zero grazing plays role The effective utilisation of grazed grass is one of the main strengths of the Irish dairy industry and research has shown it to be the cheapest feed source for dairy farmers. However, farmers who have adopted zero-grazing techniques over recent years can in some instances see the benefits, especially if paddock infrastructure is not adequate.

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