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James Taylor
James Taylor


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Farm safety at Tullamore Show: avoid becoming another number
Changing our attitude and behaviour towards farm safety takes time. Take the time to remind yourself and those around you of the dangers that are present.
By James Taylor on 10 August 2017
Farming continues to be Ireland’s most dangerous occupation. This week, James Taylor speaks to some of those who have been affected by an accident on their farm.
By James Taylor on 27 July 2017
Watch: Safe Family Farms competition in Listowel
The third of our three finalists in the Safe Family Farm schools competition is St Michael's College in Co. Kerry. Mikey Murphy and Padraig Hunt outline their concept to James Taylor.
By James Taylor on 01 June 2017
Watch: Safe Family Farms schools competition in Portlaoise
The second of our three finalists in the Safe Family Farm schools competition is Scoil Chríost Rí in Co Laois.
By James Taylor on 25 May 2017
Safe Family Farms schools competition
The first of our three finalists in the Safe Family Farm schools competition is fifth-year ag science student Michael Feely, from Scoil Mhuire in Strokestown, Co Roscommon. He outlines his project.
By James Taylor on 23 May 2017
Watch: Safe Family Farms schools competition
James Taylor meets students from around the country who have been competing to win the Safe Family Farms competition, run by ESB Networks and The Irish Farmers Journal.
By James Taylor on 17 May 2017
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