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Barry Cassidy
Barry Cassidy

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My farming week: Kyle McCall, Markethill, Redrock, Co Armagh
Kyle McCall is a weanling producer in Co Armagh who specialises in Culard Charolais, writes Barry Cassidy.
By Barry Cassidy on 23 August 2017
Diversification is the name of the game for Rory Young of Congeith Farms. Not content with 250 sucklers or 32,000 laying hens he also produces 220 acre of Christmas trees, writes Barry Cassidy.
By Barry Cassidy on 24 August 2017
Sheep and suckler farmer Graham Lofthouse, who recently won Scottish Sheep Farmer of the Year, spoke to Barry Cassidy about keeping things simple and profitable on his farm.
By Barry Cassidy on 17 August 2017
We take a look at the top festivals, gigs and films taking place in Ireland this week.
By Barry Cassidy on 17 August 2017
From the Rose of Tralee International Festival to the Groove Festival in Co Wicklow, here are the top five events taking place in Ireland this week.
By Barry Cassidy on 17 August 2017
Founded four years ago, South Tyrone Men’s Shed stands as a meeting place for members. Brian O’Neill, a relatively new member to the shed, defines it as a social place for getting work done.
By Barry Cassidy on 10 August 2017
When it comes to tackling a problem with rushes, it should be as part of an integrated plan with a combination of soil fixing methods, along with removal of initial infestation.
By Barry Cassidy on 05 August 2017
When someone reduces their feed bill from £51,000 to £22,000 and has an output of £1350/ha you look for a secret ingredient. That ingredient on Garrionhaugh Farm is grass, writes Barry Cassidy.
By Barry Cassidy on 10 August 2017
Brian Nicholson has learned numerous lessons during six years in the Teagasc BETTER farm sheep programme.
By Barry Cassidy on 03 August 2017
Brian Nicholson hosted his last farm walk as a BETTER farmer on Wednesday. Those gathered were given a chance to see how far he has come and the future plans for his 1,000-plus ewe/ewe lamb flock.
By Barry Cassidy on 31 July 2017
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