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New lick buckets, protecting calves against Coccidiosis, re-fencing ground, purchasing calves and more!
“The very mention of Brexit a couple of years ago, gave the perfect excuse, for the factories to cut the prices"
On this week’s Haulage feature, Kevin speaks to young Tipperary farmer and haulier for United Metals Ltd, Mr. Michael O’Connor. Read about his progression into the industry below!
Based near Macroom in the rebel county that is Cork, The team of Browne Contractors have been in action for over fifty years. That’sFarming caught up with Henry Browne to find out more. Read their story in full below.
Pedigree steers have carcass weights of 280-320 kgs at 28-30-months and heifers can kill-out at 260-300kgs at 24-28-months. Cross-breds can achieve carcass weights up to 360kgs under 30-months.
This week’s featured Young Farmer is 26-year-old Tipperary Dairy farmer, Mr. Shane Seymour, who is running a milking herd of 146 cows in a partnership alongside his father, John. Read his story in full below!
On the latest installment of the ‘Young Farmer’ series, Kevin caught up with 21 year old sheep, goat and beef farmer, Norma Leahy, who also works as a calf exporter and in two marts in her native Co. Limerick. Read her story now below!