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‘I had a desire to be a part of one of Ireland’s most exciting industries’

Denis O’ Sullivan (20) hails from an agricultural background and studies food marketing and entrepreneurship at University College Cork (UCC).

‘It was a very scary time as there was always the safety of the milk cheque coming in’

Donal and Teresa Leahy have been running Leahy's Open Farm since Donal inherited it from his parents, Eddie, and Eileen, in 2014. The staff has...

PHOTOS: 327-acre farm with accommodation for over 750 cattle up for lease

A farm containing circa 327-acres of land and an array of outbuildings is available for lease at The Ring, Killag, Duncormick, Co. Wexford. The farm,...

Galway brothers farming 900 dairy cows in Germany

Irish brothers, Paul, and Stephen Costello, run a 900-cow herd in Brandenburg, Germany.

Organic dairying – everything you need to know before you take the leap

Organic dairying is a relatively small but growing sector within the dairy industry in Ireland, writes Dan Clavin, Teagasc organic specialist. Latest figures from DAFM show...

VIDEO: McHugh moves away from intensive dairy farming and converts to organics

John McHugh runs a 230-acre organic dairy farm in Co. Laois.

Life as an 80-year-old woman in agriculture

Joan Nagle is an 80-year-old woman in agriculture.

Dangers of ASF to be highlighted on Ear to the Ground

Ear to the Ground, Thursday, January 9th, 2020

IPHS Symposium set to return to Portlaoise

The Irish Pig Health Society - annual symposium - Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise.

VIDEO: ‘Boycott buying foreign produce’ – farmer

VIDEO: Let foreign produce ‘rot on shelves’ – farmer
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