Make the Moove - Farmers Matter: Give farmers in rural Ireland a voice

Workshops to tackle mental health, improve wellbeing and to seek possible solutions

Young Farmer: Thomas Duffy

Thomas Duffy is the current President-Elect of Macra na Feirme; he is armed with two degrees and runs a dairy farm with his parents.

Women in Ag: Nicole Tuffy

Nicole Tuffy (19) is studying Agriculture and Environmental Science at Mountbellew/G.M.I.T. The Sligo native was crowned the 2019 North-West Macra Queen last month.

Macra launch Make the Moove - Farmers Matter

This new initiative will allow farming men the opportunity and freedom to discuss and support one another in a safe and open environment.

Women in Ag: Sarah Stewart

Ninth-generation farmer Sarah Stewart (26) studied a Bachelor of Business (Honours) degree at I.T Sligo. She runs the Benview Flock with her partner and works at Western Forestry Co-op.

Women in Ag: Karen Elliffe

Catherina meets 28-year-old Karen Elliffe - a drystock farmer; UL Equine Science graduate; 2016 Queen of the Land and Macra na Feirme member.

Student Focus: Andrew O’Donnell

22-year-old Andrew O’Donnell juggles his Animal Science studies with farming; relief milking; sport and an involvement with Macra Na Feirme.