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Body of German shepherd dog found dumped in drain

The ISPCA recently received a call from a member of the public about a deceased German shepherd dog dumped near Ballinahone, Burnfoot, Co. Donegal. Senior...

Unannounced inspections to check that BVD animals are in isolation

Unannounced inspections to check that Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) positive animals are being isolated are due to commence in Northern Ireland in the coming weeks. The Department...

Cancer survivor and friends raise over €60,000 for charity

Three Strokestown TY students, who restored and raffled a 1956 Ferguson 20 vintage tractor, have raised over €60,000 for charity. Childhood Cancer Foundation Ireland, a...

Men due in court after €122,000 drugs seizure in rural area

Gardaí have arrested two men and seized more than €122,000 worth of drugs in Turloughmore, Co Galway. Gardaí attached to the Galway Divisional Drugs Unit...

Weather: Snow expected this week

Met Éireann has issued a new weather advisory for Ireland as falls of snow are expected in the coming days. The national forecaster has warned...

Beef trade: Prices increase by 5-10c/kg in some plants

Beef prices have strengthened again this week, rising by 5c-10c/kg in some factories, according to IFA livestock chairman, Brendan Golden. He said bullocks are making...

‘I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33’ – vet

A campaign has been launched, urging men and women across the veterinary profession to check themselves regularly for signs of breast cancer. Vet Your Breasts...

Shearer jailed after beating lamb to death

A 51-year-old shearing contractor, who repeatedly struck a lamb causing its death, has been jailed. Christopher John Tredinnick appeared before Alexandra District Court in New...

Irish dairy sector post-quota: Lowest milk price but highest margin

A new report on the Irish dairy industry and its position relative to a number of leading EU countries as well as New Zealand...

‘Talking to different farmers each day you will no doubt learn something new’

WIT graduate, Miriam Dineen, wears several hats as a dairy farmer and sales representative for an agri company. The 22-year-old hails from Cahirbarnagh, Rathmore, Co....
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