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This week Kevin speaks to the father and son duo making waves in the silage sector, with Scally Silage in Co. Westmeath. Pictures - Adrian Leech and videos by Eddie Gaffney.
This week, Kevin speaks to Rory O’Regan, a 22-year-old dairy farmer who doubled his herd size in just over two years following a family tragedy which accelerated his return home to farm! Read his story below.
This week, Kevin speaks to Sligo native and the founding member of Regan Plant Hire, groundworks and drainage contractors, William Regan. Read about his journey into the industry below!
This week, Kevin speaks to a third-generation haulier from Co. Meath, Mr. Colm Sherlock of Sherlock International. Read about his ‘journey’ below!
This week, Kevin is off to Fermanagh, to speak to dairy and pig farmer, Andrew Little. Read his story below.
James Conway got into haulage to continue his father’s legacy and to do him proud. Not only does James work in haulage and help out on the family farm, but he also does great work for a local charity as well as running his own business.
This week, Kevin spoke with Cork-based dairy farmer, Aran Connell, who is in a farm partnership with his father in the challenging region that is Mizen Head. Upon his return home, he increased the herd size to 140-head from only 50 cattle. Read more
On this week’s Young Farmer series, Kevin spoke to Limerick native Aaron Ryan, who hails from a dairy beef background, but never planned on farming. It took a move to New Zealand for this to happen. Read his story in full below!
Kilkenny man Jim may only be twenty years old, but he knows what he is doing when it comes to dairy farming. Helping his father milk 120 cattle near Tullaroan, read his story below!
Kevin caught up with young dairy farmer Donal O’Callaghan, who is 27-years young and milking a herd of over 200 cattle, in Watergrasshill, the rebel county, Cork.
This week Kevin spoke to John of John McElchar Transport Ltd in Ballybofey, Co. Donegal. John and his son make up a powerful haulage operation in the Forgotten county.
The biggest awards of the young farming calendar happen tonight and we'll be there to show you all the action!
TF's Kevin Forde took to Ballinrobe mart to find out what farmers think of the new proposed drink driving measures. Will it spell the end of rural Ireland?
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.