articles about student-update
With plans coming together to venture to a grass-based dairy farm in Missouri, USA for the summer, I am ready to kick the final year exams out of the park, writes Emma McCormack
Making up a feed to suit the requirements of a dairy herd, returning to Cavan and learning how a business develops its products – see Sophie's update here.
Without the degree, you cannot be hired realistically, yet it can be tough to justify the time and money going into it, when the system of education only really teaches us to memorise information over a short period of time.
Do not be afraid to put yourself out there, as daunting as it may be. Sometimes you have to say what people do not want to hear, but what needs to be said, writes Emma McCormack.
Emma returned from her J1 adventures two months ago and began working on a pig farm, despite having no previous experience with pigs.
So, where are the best places a farmer can be whisked away on a date, to be properly impressed?
“The main thing to remember with college is that it's all going to be worthwhile. Some days it feels like college is just one huge waste of time and money” - Emma McCormack, a final-year Ag student.
Final-year Agriculture student, Emma McCormack is back with her another submission.
Emma McCormack, a final-year Agriculture student is back with her next update.
Emma McCormack pursued her studies in the horticultural field and passed her exams, but later withdrew from the course. She worked for the remainder of the year and returned to college to study Agriculture.