Farm machinery

For the latest news in farm machinery in Ireland, you need the Irish Farmers Journal. Browse below for reports, reviews, insights and videos spanning a diverse range of topics about new and vintage farm machinery, motors and more.

Tractor run for cancer charity takes place this Saturday in Donegal
The run is one of a number of events organised by Donegal IFA in a major fundraising campaign for Cancer Care West.
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Watch: finishing the winter barley harvest with a Massey Ferguson 7360 Beta
Stephen Robb visits the McGuinness family in Ardee, Co Louth, when they were finishing the last of their winter barley harvest.
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Land Rover offers older Defender upgrades
Land Rover Classic is introducing a range of upgrades for older Defender models, which claim to deliver enhanced performance.
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Smooth performance from Audi baby
Audi’s new-generation entry model, the A1, has a more prestige feel to it, while it’s impressively smooth, as Michael Moroney found when it took if for a recent test drive.
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German workhorse restored to former glory after five year project
Peter Thomas Keaveney visited Michael Kelly in Dunmore, Co Galway who spent five years restoring a rare German built 160hp Schlutter tractor.
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Up to €1,000 off Stanley and Rayburn range cookers
Summer is the perfect time to carry out some maintenance on your Stanley or Rayburn range cooker so that you won't have any worries when the weather starts to turn colder.
Carpool in the Country: Connemara Hill Lamb
In the Connemara mountains, the lambs that roam them produce a flavour so unique that they have gained a European Protected Geographical Indicator (PGI) status. We meet the farmer behind it all.
Big savings for early bird quad seekers
This August the early bird will catch the worm when it comes to saving money on the Honda quad range!
€8,100 savings on the Meegan farm in Co Meath
Gerard and Martin Meegan from Navan took the Smart Farming challenge recently. They identified over €8,100 in cost savings and ways to reduce their climate impact by almost 5%.