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"You have to get your numbers up to survive at the minute.”
Prices ranged from €1,300-€2,140
“Farming is special to me because I know no other job” – Sinéad (44), Mayo
"The beef sector is on its knees at the moment and it’s hard". The suckler farmer turned to contracting during the beef crisis
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.
This week’s featured young farmer is Conor Quinn, who hails from a Suckler and sheep background in Co. Kildare. Read his story in full below.
The son of a former dairy farmer, John Ryan is now rearing Suckler cows and sheep on the family farm near Balla in Co. Mayo. Read his story below.
On This week’s ‘All Things Haulage Feature’ Kevin speaks to Co. Down native and the man behind Malone Freight Ltd, Mr. Gerard Malone. Read his story now below.
On Farmer Focus this week, That’sFarming speak to Westport native and suckler farmer, Mr. Luke Garavan. Read his story in full below.
On our ‘Young Farmer’ series, Kevin talks to a Roscommon native who is an A.I Technician and sheep, beef and suckler farmer, Mr. Colin McLoughlin. Read his story in full below.
On ‘Young Farmers’ this week, Kevin speaks to sheep farming Sligo-native and Bank of Ireland worker, Barry Clarke. Read his story below.