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AgriBiz of the Week: Meet the Dublin native who is supplying high-end hotels with his free-range pork!
Catherina meets Peter Whelan, a man taking the Agri-Biz industry by storm.
This week on women in Ag, Kevin Speaks to Cork native and 21-year-old Laura O’ Connell.
Meet Tegan Doherty, a great girl who wants to be a vet when she grows up and have three sheds full of cattle! It's this week's junior farmer!
Meet Libby Clarke- who juggles life on a family farm between judging cattle and breeding award-winning stock.
AgriBiz of the Week: Meet Clare Mc Laughlin of All Ears- A Donegal IBYE finalist specialising in children’s farm toys &quirky farm wear!
Looking for children’s farm toys or quirky fashion to wear to the mart? Check out the range from All Ears.
This week's Dairy Update may just save a calves life at this time of year. Read it and stay ahead of the curve.
Horse Breeder of the Week: Meet 28-year-old David Bourke –One of Ireland’s youngest & most successful horse breeders
Catherina speaks to David Bourke, a 28-year-old that is breeding his own horses & has represented Ireland in prestigious horse competitions!
Meet Shane Grant a young Donegal man with a bright future in Ag.
On this week’s Times Past, we look at the devastation to the farming community during the outbreak that shook 2001.
This week's Junior farmer is a fine young man from Termon in Donegal and he's a suckler farmer with a few pedigree cattle too!
This week Andrew discusses how he and the team gradually reduced antibiotic use on the farm.
It’s that time of the month again, time to review another book. This week it is My Outback life” by Toni Tapp Coutts.
On this week’s Farmer’s Diary, Kevin speaks to Katy Browne, who now runs one of the only flocks of Ryeland sheep in the country.
This week on Weird Sheep Breeds, We profile the sheep who looks like a relative of the badger, the Badger Face Welsh Mountain Sheep.
This week on Young farmer series Kevin Speaks to Olivia Walsh, a from near Portumna in Co. Galway.
Farmer Focus: One Wexford breeder is venturing into pastures new with a pedigree herd of Polled Herefords
John Murphy doesn’t come from a farming background, but he is breeding quality cattle with a difference, using genetics from Northern Ireland and Australia.
Mary has always wanted to be a vet and is currently living the dream, juggling life as a vet and a farmer.
Cori’s holiday to Ireland resulted in the development of a new business and a further love for farming!