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‘I am so excited to get out and get practicing as a vet’

22-year-old Leah McDermott, Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland, who hails from an equine background, studies veterinary medicine at the University of Surrey.

Studying an ag science degree and farming 500 breeding ewes

Hannah Grimes studies sustainable farm management and agri-business at Institute of Technology Carlow (Wexford Campus) and runs a sheep flock with her father.

‘I am thankful that I can farm alongside my dad’

Mena McCloskey studies a BSc (Hons) in Agricultural Technology with Professional Studies at Queen’s University Belfast/College of Agriculture, Food & Rural Enterprise and runs a suckler and sheep enterprise with her father.

Farmer’s Diary: A sheepdog training project with two new pups

Former professional chef, Clodagh Hughes, runs a sheep enterprise on the Monaghan/Louth border near Inniskeen. What a difference a week can make. I wanted to...

Farmer’s Diary: How I became a sheep farmer after a serious road traffic collision

That’s Farming’s weekly contributor, Clodagh Hughes, runs a sheep enterprise on the Monaghan/Louth border near Inniskeen. In this article, she writes about a serious road traffic collision which left her with life-changing injuries.

VIDEO: Suckler farmer planning to re-build herd to 90 cows and embrace EID tagging

The O'Connor family farm 200 store cattle, 70 sucklers, 250 breeding ewes and run a tillage and pig enterprise.

Beef cow numbers fall by over 180,000

If we look at CSO data and compare the year 2000 with 2019, dairy cow numbers have increased by 328,000 or 28%, writes Liam...

‘The farmer lost 12 of the 40 ewes in one go with acute liver fluke damage’

It has undoubtedly been a good year for sheep farmers in this country, coming after two very difficult years, writes Glen Corbett, B&T Drystock...

VIDEO: Vet nurse helps ewe with deformed front limbs to walk

Using bandages and splints, veterinary nurse, Jackie Ryan, helped DeeDee, a ewe with deformed front limbs, that was unable to walk.

Farmer’s Diary: To let the ram with our ewe lambs or not?

Sheep farmer, Edward Earle, writes about Storm Ellen, shearing, spreading farmyard manure, dosing and breeding programme decisions.
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