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Tillage group hits out ‘hypocrisy’ of Mercosur deal as Dáil vote...

The Irish Grain Growers Association, who have a very strong Laois membership, have hit out strongly at the "hypocrisy" surrounding the recent Mercosur trade...

Junior minister to attend Grain Growers AGM

The Irish Grain Growers Association - which has a considerable Laois membership - are holding their AGM next week, which will be attended by...

Grain growers call again for minimum price of €250 per tonne...

The Irish Grain Growers Group - who have a considerable presence in Laois - have called for a minimum price of €250 per tonne...

Irish Grain Growers seek derogation on use of cover crops to...

There has been a huge fodder shortage for animals for the majority of this year. There is little sign of the shortage letting up, ensuring...

‘Spring crops under severe threat’ as heatwave plays havoc with Laois...

As Ireland basks in the Mediterranean-like heat, its presence is playing havoc with Irish farming. With temperatures in the last week reaching as high as...

Irish Grain Growers Group to host a public meeting on the...

Continuing with its series of meetings about the future of the tillage sector, the Irish Grain Growers Group (IGGG) are hosting their next meeting...

My Farming Life: Meet the Stradbally tillage farmer and chair of...

On this week's My Farming Life, we chat with Bobby Miller who is a tillage farmer based just outside Stradbally. Bobby took over the...

Irish Grain Growers to meet to discuss latest tillage sector plan

The Irish Grain Growers Group are hosting a meeting to follow up on the recent launch of the Tillage report by the Joint Oireachtas...

Laois farmers are protesting in Guinness today at the price of...

The Irish Grain Growers Group are returning to the Guinness storehouse today as they continue our campaign to highlight the challenges facing traditional malting...

Local farmers to protest at Guinness as grain campaign escalates

A number of local tillage farmers will be part of a group that will protest about the price of grain outside the Guinness Storehouse...

‘Pride doesn’t pay the bills’ as tillage farmers prepare for demonstration

A number of Laois tillage farmers will take part in a 'Demonstration of Facts' outside the Boortmalt premises in Athy on Tuesday morning in...