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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!
Andrew Walsh is back with this week's My Grazing week and today he's analyzing the results of his AMS KPI project.
Is it possible to make a living out of oyster farming? Well Hugh O'Malley's business is proof of the pudding!
Daniel’s interest in horses began at the age of 8 and all these years later, he is running one of Ireland’s leading operations with Irish Draughts.
At the age of 16, Valerie Dromey realised that she wanted to become a vet and is now living the dream providing specialist equine care.
A move from the town to the countryside sparked Jade Doherty’s love for wellies, livestock and blogging!
People said there wasn’t money in goats, but Penny Green is proving them wrong with her successful business.
Katie Lawless has caused a major stir since arriving on Irish soil, sweeping the boards at major events.
Stuart shares his thoughts on the glyphosate debate and just why its one of the biggest issues facing Irish farmers good and bad.
Jim Croke has returned to Holland to source stock directly & has claimed several prizes down through the years.
This week we turn our attention to our own shores with the Irish moiled once a common sight now a rarity.
Dr. Victoria McKinney may be a qualified Equine Veterinary Chiropractor, but she adjusts dogs and even humans too!
Some people get the call to return to the family farm, but this man took a slightly different approach!
Nicola, a LYIT Ag Student runs a suckler and sheep enterprise with her father in Donegal.
Last week, the family acquired the famous El Kabeir for their stud.
Have you ever wondered where the Aubrac breed originated? These breeders went to explore their homeland.
The O'Hallorans have secured two bulls into Irish A.I. & scooped prestigious silverware at Tullamore Show this year alone!