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‘The Government and farming organisations should already be working to facilitate such forage partnerships. Many farmers are only thinking about where the next bale is coming from’. -Stuart is back.
This week, Jamie Hayes spread urea & slurry, while a low fodder supply resulted in Joe Desmond’s attempt to empty the shed, but adverse weather sparked alternative plans.
Scanning; Lambing; a c-section; a hypothermic calf & a pup that consumed thumbnails - Check out Fidelma Tonry's Snapchat takeover.
This week, Ciarán is approaching the end of lambing, while all three are looking to prevent future illness. Read about what happened on their farms this week below!
This week, the focus is back on animal health and husbandry and how you could save yourself some much-needed cash, through homemade treatments. Read some of them below!
Catherina speaks to Anne Kelleher, a Teagasc Walshfellow who has a keen interest in Parasitology. Anne is a fifth-generation dairy sheep farmer in the Rebel County.
This week on Brian's farm they look at culling some of the herd, while also trying to get zerograzing. We also have a new addition this week, with Aran battling to get sugar beet sown.