Water Safety Warning issued in the run up to June Bank Holiday

The Coast Guard, Water Safety Ireland and the RNLI have issued a statement advising people of precautionary measures they should take around water over the Bank Holiday weekend.  This time of year tends to show an increase in incidents related to water-based activities. Members of the public are advised to follow the advice of these […]

Advice, farmers,covid 19, corona virus

To our farming community, we stand with you during this difficult time. As farmers ourselves we typically look forward to the spring months as it heralds the start of prime farming season, however this year we appreciate times are very different for all of our customers, manufacturers, dealers and the extended Farm Compare family. As […]

Cash conservation advice from ifac for Tipperary SMEs and business owners

Conserving cash is now a critical priority for many businesses. The coronavirus crisis is having a devastating impact on society and also across the economy. Leadership teams need to make decisions and act decisively, writes David Leydon, Head of Food and AgriBusiness with ifac. Firstly, acting now to slow down the spread of Covid-19 is […]

Advice from ifac for Tipperary SME’s in the food and agribusiness sector: can your business survive coronavirus?

A shortage of shipping containers and a significant slow-down of components and parts coming from China to Irish manufacturers are just some of the impacts already being felt by Irish SMEs in the food and agribusiness sector due to coronavirus. This is another blow to the sector which is already vulnerable to Brexit, writes David […]

Farming Update 10th June 2010

by PJ Phelan Grassland Management. Manage grass so as to ensure that grazing animals get leafy grass at all times. Stemmy grass is poor quality and results in poor performance. Do not be tempted to graze headlands of silage fields as neither cows or cattle will not perform well on it. Leafy grass should be […]