articles about women-in-ag
Catherina meets 2014 Nuffield Scholar, Cheryl Hazenberg who has over fifteen years’ experience in Agriculture.
This week on women in Ag, Kevin Speaks to Cork native and 21-year-old Laura O’ Connell.
Catherina meets Bríd McClearn, who is completing a PhD in dairy production from grass-clover swards with Teagasc while running a sheep farm.
Meet Libby Clarke- who juggles life on a family farm between judging cattle and breeding award-winning stock.
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.
We love our sisters!
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Catherina meets Becky Hynes, a young dairy farmer from Co. Cork that enjoys showing Jersey calves!
Catherina speaks to Cavan’s Sophie Bell, a drystock farmer and first-year Ag student in Harper Adams University.
We love our mammies!
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Catherina speaks to Maria Burke, a full-time Prep Auditor, with an outstanding involvement in the YMA of the Irish Holstein Friesian Association.
This week's women in Ag is a farmer with a difference. Olivia from Devon traveled to New Zealand to earn her farming stripes but now calls County Clare home.
Opinion: “At times, many have made me feel like an outsider' Catherina Cunnane on sexism in Irish farming
Does sexism exist in the farming world? That's Farming Journalist Catherina Cunnane shares her experience.
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: