articles about dairy
On this week’s young series, Kevin speaks to Tipperary native and dairy , Orla Power. Read her story below!
Catherina meets Barry O’ Sullivan who runs a dairy enterprise in partnership with his parents in Co. Meath. The Ballyhaise Ag. College graduate has travelled to Australia & Saudi Arabia.
In his maiden year of business, this week’s featured contractor is Tyrone native and -mad, Darren Gallagher, of Richmond Contracts.
This week’s featured young farmer is married, father of two, Jamie Kealy, a dairy farmer from near Tullow in Co. Carlow.
With many consumers looking for alternative dairy alternatives, scientists reckon they have found the latest milk superfood and it is produced by cockroaches!
As you can imagine on this week’s Dairy update, the emphasis is firmly on silage. Read how this week went below!
On this week’s young farmer series, Kevin speaks to South Tipperary man and dairy and beef farmer, Willie Carroll. Read his story below!
Originating in Salzburg in Austria, the Pinzgauer was only first listed as an official breed back in 1846. Read all about the history of the breed below!
This week on ‘Going for Goats’ we have yet another dwarf breed, this time hailing from Africa, it’s the Nigerian Dwarf goat. Picture - babygoatsandfriends.com.
Silage season prep, with rolling, fertilizer spreading, machinery maintenance and more!
This week, Kevin speaks to a second-generation dairy farmer, Darragh Callanan, farming near Ardrahan, Co. Galway. Read all about his journey into the industry below!
A traditional Swedish dairy breed, the Fjäll was almost driven into extinction in the 1970’s. Thankfully the dairy breed still thrives. Read all about them below!
Preparing for silage, Red water, Meningitis, dividing herd by performance, sowing maize and GDT results. All on this week's Dairy update. Read it below!