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On ‘Young Farmers’ this week, Kevin speaks to sheep farming Sligo-native and Bank of Ireland worker, Barry Clarke. Read his story below.
On this week’s Young series, Kevin speaks to Galway native, Kieran McDonagh, who helps run the family Suckler and sheep enterprise. Read his story below.
This week on our Young Series, Kevin speaks to GAA-mad Mayo-man and part-time suckler , Adrian Brennan. Find out more about the by reading below
This week, Kevin speaks to Michael O’Shea, of the O’Shea Agri Contractors based out of Co. Offaly. Read about them below.
In his maiden year of business, this week’s featured contractor is Tyrone native and -mad, Darren Gallagher, of Richmond Contracts.
On this week’s All things Haulage series, Kevin speaks to 26-year-old Suckler farmer and lorry driver, David Gilmore, from the Lake county of Cavan.
In our all-new series, ThatsFarming speaks to people farming all over the globe. This week, it's Althone-native and former Pallaskenry Ag College Student, Colin Kenny. Colin now works on a 500-strong farm in the UK!
This week, Kevin speaks to fellow Roscommon-native and Suckler and sheep , David Gibbons. Read his story in full below!
This week, Kevin speaks to Alan Gowdy who runs his own haulage business and helps out on the family Suckler farm in Co. Antrim.
This week, Kevin spoke to sheep and Suckler farmer, James Kelly, from the hills of Donegal. Read his story in full below.
Kieran Galvin spoke to Kevin this week and told him of how he set up his own contracting business at the age of 25, in the Gaeltacht region of Ballyferriter, Co. Kerry. Read it below!
This week, Kevin spoke to Aidan Cannon, a young suckler from the county of Mayo. Aidan is not only in the process of completing his agricultural orientated education but also at home whenever possible. Read more below!
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.
Young Farmers: Introducing David Finnerty, the GAA-mad young man farming in the beautiful lands surrounding the Shannon estuary.
This week, Kevin speaks to Limerick man David Finnerty, a GAA-mad suckler in the county.
This week's junior farmer is 12-year-old, Cillian Donovan.
WATCH: Corrib Oil Lady Farmer of the year finalist: Meet Amanda Tarpey, who inherited a 40 hectare farm which she has been running for over two years.
Amanda Tarpey is one of this year’s three finalists for the Corrib Oil Lady of the year competition, find out all about her and her path into the industry.
Stuart discusses the future of the beef industry, and how it may lie in the hands of small scale producers.
On this week's Young Farmers Feature, we speak to Aidan Holland a beef Suckler farmer with over 120 cattle.