Q&A: Pat Dunne
Pat Dunne takes over as IFA’s hill farming committee national chairman, at a time when upland farmers face major uncertainties.
Farmers have been given until Thursday, April 17, to submit applications to the 2014 Beef Genomics Scheme and Beef Data Programmes.More
Q&A: Brian Purcell
Ambitious young farmers will come face to face with Brian Purcell of The Apprentice fame later this month, as part of an innovative Springboard event.
Q&A: Ian Matts, Yara
Ian Matts of the Yara fertiliser company says grass deserves the same level of attention to detail more usually given to arable crops.
Q&A: Michael Doyle
"Simple steps are often overlooked, such as ensuring farm buildings are maintained and in good order through the year"
Q&A: Jack McCarthy & Andrew Jackson
About 64% of Ireland’s land area is used for agriculture, so it’s impossible to overstate the significance of the sector.
Q&A: Charles Smith
Irish Aberdeen-Angus Producers Ltd, with partners ABP and Kepak, has invited transition year students to apply to participate in a project which can form part of their Leaving Certificate agricultural science project.
Q&A: Christy Watson, ICBF
The beef Euro-Star system got under way in 2007 with the suckler welfare scheme, in which participants recorded sires.