Agri events

Today, May 21
Farm plastic bring centre at Dairygold Co-op, Millstreet, Co Cork, continues Friday, see 

Friday, May 22

Farm plastic bring centre at Tralee Mart, Co Kerry, continues Saturday, see 

Saturday, May 23

Point to point horse racing at Tralee Racecourse

Sunday, May 24

Point to point horse racing at Inchydoney, Clonakilty, 2.30pm

Midleton Agricultural Show

Tuesday, May 26

Co Limerick ICMSA meeting, The Devon Inn, Templeglantine, 8.30pm. Speaker: ICMSA Policy Officer Mary Buckley

Farm plastic bring centre at Dairygold Co-op, Cloughduv, Co Cork, see

Discover Farmhouse Cheese Farm Visit: St Tola, Ennistymon, Co Clare, 10.30 am-12.30pm, free to attend, you must book online at 

Thursday, May 28

Farm plastic bring centre at Dairygold Co-op, Ballinhassig, Co Cork, and Sixmilebridge Mart, Co Clare, see

Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association rural development meeting, Devon Inn, Templeglantine, Co Limerick, 9pm (BDGP, hen harrier designation, West Cork legal challenge, nutrition)

Friday, May 29

Farm plastic bring centre at Listowel Mart, continues Saturday, see

Saturday May 30

Belgooly and District Agricultural Show. Enquiries to 021-4774006 after 7pm.

Point to point horse racing at Farrangalway, Kinsale, Co Cork, continues Sunday.

Sunday May 31

Innishannon Steam & Vintage Rally, Co Cork, continues Monday

Monday, June 1

Leap Horse and Pony Show, Co Cork

Wednesday, June 3

Farm plastic bring centre at Abbeyfeale Mart, continues Thursday, see

Thursday, June 4

Farm plastic bring centre at Dairygold Co-op, Mogeely, see

Sunday, June 7

Clonakilty Agricultural Show

Saturday, June 20

Cork Summer Show, continues Sunday

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