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Missed the Tommy Does Denmark series? Well you can watch the whole thing right here! So sit back and chill with That's Farming and Tommy The Vet.
It's our final episode in Tommy Does Denmark and we've saved the best til last with Tommy performing surgery and touring some amazing farms!
Tommy is back with Part 2 of his Danish adventure and he is really starting to get his hands dirty.
Being Brilliant at the Basics is here. Interchem Ireland and That's Farming bring you episode one of our new web series. This week its colostrum.
Tommy is back and this week's talk is an important one who to ensure your lambs get the best start in life. A sick lamb is a big no no.
Tommy's dealing with mastitis this week a common problem for too many farmers in this busy birthing period.
In the final episode of this series of Being Brilliant at the Basics with Interchem Ireland, Tommy takes us through calf nutrition. It's the most important thing in the next step of your calves life.
With Spring in full swing Tommy's been dealing with busy farms and an old problem that of downer cows.
Interchem Ireland and That’s Farming bring you episode four of Being Brilliant at the Basics and this week we’re covering calf comfort.
Tommy the Vet is back and this week he has been dealing with a suspected case of Schmallenberg disease in Wicklow
Tommy's dealing with listeria this week, also known as sheep meningitis it can be a killer if not treated quickly.
The new video series will cover all the basics on calf health a must watch at this time of year.
Tommy's been dealing with calf scour this week and tells us how he overcame a bad outbreak.
Tommy the Vet has had a busy week treating pneumonia on farm. Here he shares his advice on treating this potentially deadly illness.
In the first in a new series Vets Corner, vet Tommy Heffernan joins us to talk all things colostrum and just how important it is for your calf.
It's Saturday so time to sit back and tune into our weekly radio show.
In the first in a new series different farmers will be writing on what’s happening on their farm. This week its editor John Connell.