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Machinery Yearbook available now

The Irish Farm Machinery & Equipment Yearbook 2024, in association with the Farm Tractor & Machinery Trade Association (FTMTA) is now available. 
Irish Farmers Monthly machinery editor, Noel Dunne, could sell sand to a camel, but could he sell the Irish Farm Machinery & Equipment Yearbook 2024 to Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConologue?

The annual publication includes news, interviews, features, dealer profiles, and a comprehensive machinery directory with all the most up-to-date machines available across Ireland, and their prices.
Machinery editor, Noel Dunne said: “I would like to thank the FTMTA for its continued support and valuable contributions to the Yearbook, along with its members – the machinery importers, distributors and manufacturers of Ireland – and all the European manufacturers who supplied timely and topical information, too.
“In this year’s yearbook, Bernie Commins talks to Tilly Doyle of Templetuohy Farm Machinery  about her love of all things machinery and working in the farm-machinery industry. Alistair Chambers looks at the next generation of farm machinery. Michael Moroney from the Association of Farm & Forestry Contractors in Ireland (FCI) takes us through the issues facing the contracting industry along with the recommended contractors charges for 2024. He also looks at the Irish tractor market trends.
“Maurice Kelly from Kelly’s of Borris, one of Irelands biggest machinery dealers tells us about the company’s past, and future plans. Michael Farrelly, executive director of the FTMTA discusses the upcoming machinery show this November. Karol Duignan from Claas and current president of the FTMTA fills us in on the farm machinery industry.
“Matt O’Keeffe, editor of the Irish Farmers Monthly speaks to award-winning tillage farmers. Graham McHugh of McHugh Components talks about 50 years in business. Hennessy Auctioneers, the well-known machinery auctioneering house, discusses the popularity of such auctions and how the business has grown. And Pat Griffin of the Health and Safety Authority gives us some very important safety tips. And, the cherry on top, is our extensive guide to all the farm machinery available on the Irish market right now, with updated prices (where supplied to us).”

The Irish Farm Machinery & Equipment Yearbook 2024 is available to purchase now: