More blood

The head of education in Teagasc wants more younger farmers in the industry.

Minus 10%?

EU farm payments could see a 10% drop in rates post-Brexit.

Upcoming seminar to promote farmers health

Teagasc have announced it will hold a seminar promoting Farmers Health in conjunction with the Australian Centre for Farmer Health.

Teagasc win award for new technology

Teagasc has recently been announced as the winner of the License2market category award at recent KTI awards.

Free Farm Safety Focus event Friday 12th May , Mallow racecourse.

Dairygold and Teagasc are set to hold their new farm safety event this Friday in Mallow racecourse.

Opinion: Drawing on conclusions!

Chasing low-cost competitiveness off an Irish family-farming base is, frankly, a pipe dream - Stuart Meikle writes

Deadline set for Agricultural college course applications

Teagasc have announced a closing date of Friday 26th of May for Agriculture college course applications.

Teagasc Professional Diploma in Dairy Farm Management Open for Applications

Teagasc are now accepting applications for the Professional Diploma in Dairy Farm Management Programme.

Climate change poses opportunity for Irelands Dairy farmers

Climate change poses not a threat but an opportunity for Ireland's dairy sector. Something different this morning.

Too little? Minister says Teagasc will offer 1000 Green Cert courses this year.

A case of too little too late? As the Minister said in the Dail this week that an additional 1000 Green Cert Courses would be offered by Teagasc.

Editorial: Young Farmers being forgotten all over again

That’s Farming Editor talks about the recent problems facing young farmers.