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Joe Curtin from Teagasc discusses how the floods are affecting the farming community
After many years of talking about GMO ( Genetically Modified Organisms) the responsibility is to pass from the EU centrally back to national Governments. Suzanne Campbell headed down to Teagasc ...
As you may have heard, dairy farmers could be facing a collapse in their incomes next year, the latest economic forecast from Teagasc has predicted. Increased global supply and a ...
Tom O'Dwyer, head of Dairy Knowledge with Teagasc, says dairy farmers face losing half of their incomes next year
Since the Irish farmer met the European Commission, there have been all sorts of rules and regulations that have changed the way we farm in this country. The latest guideline ...
Although the recent good spell of weather is welcome to most, it has caused another crisis in the farming community as drought has caused some farmers to use their winter ...
FODDER FOR THOUGHT A bitterly cold March has made a bad 2012 into a disaster for many livestock farmers in Ireland. They expected to have stock out in the field, ...
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Brendan Cox, husband to murdered MP Jo Cox
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Carrie Fisher talks to Myles Dungan
The Art of Letter Writing