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Climate change poses not a threat but an opportunity for Ireland's dairy sector. Something different this morning.
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.
That’s Farming Editor talks about the recent problems facing young farmers.
We take a look through 2016 and bow to those that made a difference to Irish farming in the Thats Farming Good list 2016.
Tom Jordan takes a look at the Teagasc Green Cert backlog and lets us know his thoughts.
In the first in our news series; Dairy Update we take a look at the year ahead for dairy farmers.
D’Telly has a great program on beef and beer tonight and its caught us by the taste buds.
It's Saturday so that means it's podcast time, we've a great show lined up so sit back and relax.
Weed killer in breast milk: The dangers of spraying off our crops and the potential health time bomb
That’s Farming investigates the common practice of spraying off tillage crops with herbicide and what the long term implications could be.
That's Farming Editor, John Connell discusses the Teagasc 2017 outlook report and what it really means for Irish farmers.
2016 has been a cruel year for tillage farmers; what can we hope for next year?
The report makes for tough reading. The Teagasc outlook report published today concluded that the Beef, sheep & pig sector will take a hit in 2017.
We speak to Catherine Keena, Teagasc Countryside Management Specialist, about what stage GLAS applicants should be at: