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Stuart Meikle shares his in depth views on the recent animal welfare in the mart exclusive story.
A recent episode of Countryfile has landed themselves in hot water, with a recent exposé claiming dairy bull calves are shot at birth.
Stuart discusses the future of the beef industry, and how it may lie in the hands of small scale producers.
Programme participants are set to get insights into profitability, sustainability and efficiency improvement.
Stuart discusses the recent hot topic that is the PGI status and what could be on the cards for out quality assurance system.
Kerryman Eoin Moriarty hails from the Curragraigue region of South East Kerry, a local GAA star, now running his own herd of cattle and flock of sheep. Pictured on Right above.
A very compassionate farmer has chosen to save his herd from slaughter by sending them to an animal sanctuary in the UK.
With Joe Healy's recent appointment to the FBD board of directors, we spoke to Joe and Profiled him and his work in the industry.
On this week's young farmers edition we spoke to Tomas Moore a man with a beef background now milking over 420 cattle.
On this week's Young Farmers Feature, we speak to Aidan Holland a beef Suckler farmer with over 120 cattle.
Catherina Cunnane interviews Chris Hall of Ballylaw Herd, a breeder of White Galloway cattle.
With the recent news of arrests been made into the 2013 horsemeat scandal, we looked into how it shaped the Irish Meat Industry and how things have differed in the past 4 years.
There were any Irish winners at the World Steak Challenge for 2017. Video courtesy of Worldsteakchallenge.com
Over 480 cattle on offer in Castlerea on Thursday, with cows with calves at foot making up to tops of €2,060.
Another good sale at Raphoe on Thursday, with Fat cows making up to tops of €1,615 per head.
On this week's Friday Funnies, we stick to the Cow theme. Let me tell you, we haven't milked it, its hilarious!!
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Numbers remain large for the time of year, as Weanling bulls make up to tops of €3.07 per kg.