Agri events

Today, 30 June
Managing Through 2016 Teagasc dairy farm walk (grass and winter feed budgeting, cashflow management), farm of John and Edwin Thompson, Kilmore, Golden, Co Tipperary.

Managing Through 2016 Teagasc dairy farm walk, farm of Pat and Patsy O’Keeffe, Killowen, Newmarket, Co Cork

National Conference on Forest Management Certification, Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9, 9.30am, details on www.ifa.ie or www.teagasc.ie/forestry 

Friday, July 1

IFFPG waste farm plastics bring-centre collection day (see www.farmplastics.ie ), Glenroe GAA, Co Limerick, continues Saturday

Irish Holstein Friesian Association Kerry Club Field Evening on the farm of Richard and Breda Langford, Killorglin, 7:30pm-10pm, all welcome.

Sunday, July 3

Clonmel Show, Co Tipperary

Dunmanway Agricultural Show

Tuesday, July 5

Beef 2016 National Beef Open Day, Teagasc, Grange, Dunsany, Co Meath (see www.teagasc.ie )

Seasonal sheep sales commence at Macroom Mart,

Wednesday, July 6

Irish Holstein Friesian Association National Open Day on the farm of Tommy and Orla Screene, Windfield Holsteins, Menlough, Co Galway.

Managing Through 2016 Teagasc dairy farm walk, farm of Michael Gowen, Downing, Kilworth, Co Cork

Friday, July 8

IFFPG waste farm plastics bring-centre collection day (see farmplastics.ie), Shanahan‘s Quarry, Barna, Newcastlewest, Co Limerick, continues Saturday

Saturday, July 9

Barryroe Show, Co Cork

Sunday, July 10

West Kerry Show, Dingle

Monday, July 11

YMA Calf Show, West Cork equine Centre, Garryndruig, Kilbrittain

Thursday, July 14

Carbery Show, Skibbereen, Co Cork

* Send event details to farm.ed@examiner.ie or Irish Examiner, Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork.


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