Irish Farmers Journal
|Owner(s)||The Agricultural Trust|
|Headquarters||Irish Farm Centre, Bluebell, Dublin 12|
The Irish Farmers Journal is an Irish weekly farming newspaper, sold in Ireland. It is the largest selling farming newspaper in the country with a circulation of 60,934 at the end of 2017. It is published every Sunday. It employs 90 people and is owned by The Agricultural Trust which also owns The Irish Field.
Journalists [ edit ]
Journalists include former editor Matt Dempsey, Mairead Lavery, Jack Kennedy, Andy Doyle, Patrick Donohoe, Lorcan Allen, Eoin Lowry, Aidan Brennan, Shirley Busteed, Darren Carty, Peter Varley, Pat O’Toole, David Wright, Michael Moroney, Phelim O’Neill, Paul Mooney, James Maloney and Peter Young. It is edited by Justin McCarthy.
Supplements and magazines [ edit ]
Irish Country Living [ edit ]
The "Irish Country Living" supplement covers many topics from gardening to health to education to music. It is edited by Mairead Lavery. Journalists include Aisling Hussey, Mary Phelan, Maria Moynihan and Ciara Leahy.
Irish Dairy Farmer [ edit ]
The Irish Dairy Farmer is a special edition magazine published by the Irish Farmers Journal for Irish dairy farmers. It was previously an annual publication published in winter, but in 2015 there was both a summer and winter issue.
Irish Country Magazine [ edit ]
Irish Country Magazine, launched nationwide in March 2012, was inspired by the growing readership of the weekly Irish Country Living supplement with the Irish Farmers Journal. The magazine covers fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips and has evolved greatly since its launch to where it is today. In 2015 Irish Country Magazine was awarded Consumer Magazine of Year 2015 at the Magazines Ireland awards. In early 2016, the magazine moved from a bi-monthly publication to a 10 issues per year publication, around that same time it also became the number one women's glossy magazine in Ireland.
The magazine is edited by Jennifer Stevens and journalists include Maria Moynihan (Journalist of the Year 2015 at the Magazines Ireland awards), Klara Heron and Róisín Healy.
See also [ edit ]
Nicholas Peacock – Irish farmer who kept a diary of his farm work from 1740 - 1751.