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112 acres of land outside Dundalk is sold

One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has sold in recent days. A 112.40 acre site at Killally, just outside

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Land prices in Louth the most expensive in Ireland

Land in Co Louth is the most expensive in the country. That’s according to the Irish Farmers’ Journal’s Land Price Report for 2016 which was released last week. The report

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Information sought on €20,000 plough stolen from Castlebellingham farm

Gardaí are appealing for information after a plough worth in the region of €20,000 was stolen from a farm in Castlebellingham earlier this week. John Hoey told The Irish Farmers

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112.40 acre farm outside Dundalk placed on market for €1.95 million

One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has gone on the market just outside Dundalk. A 112.40 acre site at

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Louth had least amount of land offered for sale in the country last year

At 424 acres, Louth had the least amount of land offered for sale in the country last year. That’s according to the latest Agricultural Land Price Report 2015, published in

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Land prices in Louth the fifth most expensive in the country

Louth was the fifth most expensive county to buy land in last year. That’s according to the latest Irish Farmers’ Journal price report for 2014, which showed that despite an

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Louth records highest increase in land prices

Louth recorded the highest percentage increase for land prices in Ireland last year, with prices jumping by a massive 49.3%. That’s according to the latest figures from the Irish Farmers’