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Kevin speaks to Nicholas Thompson this week, one of the main members of the Thompson Hay and Haylage team. Nicholas helps run the family business, Thompson Hay, straw and Haylage in Co. Fermanagh.
Do farmers make good wives/husbands? Catherina speaks to Willie Daly, Ireland's best-known traditional Irish match-maker.
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Ireland's Vets: Dr Esther Skelly-Smith MRCVS – A farmer and equine referral vet making waves in Co. Down.
Catherina speaks to Dr Esther Skelly-Smith MRCVS, who operates Northern Ireland’s first equine integrated veterinary referral service. Esther is an author of published veterinary research and also runs a horse and sheep farm.
Young Farmers: Meet Young Farmer, William Mulcahy, 21 and helping milk a herd of over 120 cattle in East Cork.
As part of this week’s installment, Kevin caught up with William Mulcahy, a young dairy and former grassland student of the year.
This week on women in Ag, Kevin Speaks to Cork native and 21-year-old Laura O’ Connell.
Contractor of the week: Introducing the P Farrell and sons, the family team of contractors operating out of Offaly for over 40 years!
Kevin speaks to Catherine Farrell, of P. Farrell and Sons Contactors in Ferbane.
Catherina meets Philip Crowe of the Powerful Blue Texel flock, sourcing quality genetics from Holland.
This week we speak to Tipperary native Raymond Kelly, a Kildalton Graduate now running his family farm of over 350 acres and 180 cattle.
We never leave the farm for the entire Christmas? We don't receive gifts! Check out this week's myths!
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