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Nuffield Scholar: How the health status of Irish farmers impacts the sustainability of farming

As part of a new series, That’s Farming interviews 2019 Nuffield Scholars. In this article, editor, Catherina Cunnane, speaks to Alison Holmes. How long have you...

Nuffield Scholar: Future proofing the Irish agri-food sector through robust research

As part of a new series, That’s Farming interviews 2019 Nuffield Scholars. In this article, editor, Catherina Cunnane, speaks to Karina Pierce. How long have you...

Department of Agriculture introduces enhanced biosecurity measures as a precaution against Avian Influenza

  The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine today announced the introduction of regulations under the Animal Health and Welfare Act 2013 requiring flock...

‘I always get looks when bidding for cattle in the mart’

18-year-old Danielle Healy runs a suckler herd with her grandfather and is a student in Scoil Mhuire, Strokestown.

Women in Ag: Emily McAllister

Women in Ag: Emily McAllister

Juggling motherhood, farming, and veterinary medicine

UCD graduate, Ciara Kinsella, a Wexford native, juggles life as a part-time farmer at Tykillen Farm, part-time vet, mother, and wife.

‘Dairy farming has always been a passion, but it also became my escape, following my father’s suicide’

“On Thursday, October 18th, 2012, my father, Trevor Morrow, lost his battle with his mental health. He was found at our family home after...

VIDEO: IFA burns department TB letters

The Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue has to begin an immediate overhaul of the TB Forum, which has “failed” farmers. That is according to IFA...

Rathnashan Simmentals selects elite young stock for first online sale

The renowned Rathnashan Simmental herd will hold its first online sale of elite females and young bulls next month. Thirteen entries (eleven heifers and two...
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