'Charolais cattle are leaders in mart rings'

Cathal Gormely's grandfather began breeding Charolais cattle in 1985.

Quiz: How well do you know Scardaune Mark?

Can you get 7/7 in this quiz?

Charolais continues to tick all the boxes

“Top-end Charolais-cross weanlings are averaging €150-€200/head more than their competitors in commercial mart rings"

Young Farmer - Niall Canning

On this week’s Young series, Kevin speaks to Sligo-native and champion Charolais breeder, Niall Canning, of the famed Sagesse Charolais herd.

Student Focus: Martin Merrick

Catherina meets Martin Merrick, a UCD Animal and Crop Production student, sheep farmer and pedigree Charolais breeder from Mayo.

Farmer Focus: Silverbrook Herd

Catherina meets John McEvoy who runs a commercial sheep enterprise & herd comprising of commercial & pedigree Charolais cattle in Co. Offaly.

Hammer falls at €11,500 for 14-month-old CH bull

60% of the bulls averaged out at €4,246, while 80% of heifers that went under the hammer sold for an average of €3,350. Read the full report here.

Sunday Feature: Camogie and Beef in Co. Kilkenny

On this week's Sunday Video feature, we went down to meet Kilkenny's Camogie All-Star, Edwina Keane.