Agri-events

Today, November 3
Agri-events

Knowledge Transfer approved event for discussion group members in all farm enterprises. Admission free, email to john.g.mcnamara@teagasc.ie or call 057 9321405 to book a place

Waterford LEADER Partnership information workshop for prospective applicants for LEADER funding, Rainbow Hall, Kilmacthomas, 7.30pm, book at info@wlp.ie or by calling 058-54646

ICMSA Drinagh Area AGM, Parkway Hotel, Dunmanway, Co Cork, 8.30pm. Speaker

Gerald Quain, Chairperson ICMSA Dairy Committee

Sunday, November 6

Point to point horse racing, Toomdeely, Askeaton, Co Limerick

Monday, November 7

Cork Central IFA dairy meeting, Viaduct Inn, 8.30pm. Speaker: IFA National Animal Health Chairman Bert Stewart

ICMSA Co Limerick AGM, Dunraven Arms Hotel, Adare, 8.30pm. Speaker: ICMSA President John Comer

Tuesday, November 8

40th ICOS National Conference, Convention Centre Dublin. To register, see eventbrite.ie/e/icos-national-conference-2016-tickets-28216541435 for details

ICMSA Co Clare/East Clare AGM, Bohan’s Lounge, Feakle, 8.30pm. Speaker Pat McCormack, Deputy President, ICMSA

Bord Bia half-day Farmers’ Market skills training workshop, Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick: €15 charge per person, register in advance at www.bordbia.ie/FarmersMarketsTraining or email to maria.stokes@bordbia.ie

Wednesday, Nov 9

Bord Bia half-day Farmers’ Market skills training workshop, Lee Hotel, Cork: €15 charge per person

ICMSA Co Waterford AGM, The Moorings, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, 8.30pm. Speaker, ICMSA President John Comer

Thursday, November 10

Waterford LEADER Partnership LEADER workshop, Red Hall, Lismore, 7.30pm, book at info@wlp.ie or 058-54646

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