articles about women-in-ag
Cori’s holiday to Ireland resulted in the development of a new business and a further love for farming!
A move from the town to the countryside sparked Jade Doherty’s love for wellies, livestock and blogging!
Patrick Kent, ICSA president has called for the participation of more women in senior Ag positions and boards.
Women in Ag: Meet Amelda Middleton-Leonard- A Beef Shorthorn cattle breeder and qualified cattle judge!
Amelda juggles life as a farmer, cattle breeder and cattle judge, with full-time off-farm employment.
At just 20 years old, Eva has worked abroad and at home while studying the effects of seaweed as cattle feed:
AgriBiz of the Week: Meet Clare Mc Laughlin of All Ears- A Donegal IBYE finalist specialising in children’s farm toys &quirky farm wear!
Looking for children’s farm toys or quirky fashion to wear to the mart? Check out the range from All Ears.
Being a female farmer has never been an issue for Ashleigh.
What happens when you don’t get the points to be a Vet? Well things didn’t go as initially planned for Shauna Convery but it all worked out in her favour in the end!
On this weeks women in Ag we meet Edel Mulvanney, a dairy and beef farmer from Co. Westmeath.
Meet Libby Clarke- who juggles life on a family farm between judging cattle and breeding award-winning stock.
Catherina meets an admirable Donegal woman that wears many hats.
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.
Want to know what Veterinary Medicine is like for a recent graduate? Check out this week's Ireland's Vets!
Catherina meets Jordan Molloy, Ireland's only full-time grazing advisor with Lely at present.