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Teagasc

Carlow Institute of Technology and Teagasc are embarking on a new research project to find better ways of addressing farmers' health as evidence mounts that they are more at risk than other groups.
By Thomas Hubert on 25 May 2017
Interest in the joint event between Teagasc and the Irish Farmers Journal has been phenomenal. Tillage farmers are keen to learn about ways to improve cultivation, and also TAMS.
By James Maloney on 25 May 2017
'Lots of farmers are overweight'
Teagasc has invited a leading Australian expert to show how her country has tackled the fragile health of farmers.
By Thomas Hubert on 21 May 2017
The dry spring may have exaggerated the potash deficiency evident on an Index 1 site in spring barley in Wicklow.
By Andy Doyle on 18 May 2017
Accusation of flawed article on climate change and agriculture.
By Letters to the Editor on 18 May 2017
Early results of New Zealand ewe trial to be revealed at Athenry open day
The latest research and technical advice will be on show at the Teagasc sheep open day in Athenry on 21 June.
By Odile Evans on 10 May 2017
The number of school-leavers applying to Teagasc agriculture courses is expected to fall as the building trade rebounds.
By Caitríona Murphy on 11 May 2017
A security and IT blip led to five Teagasc staff members obtaining access to payroll files that they should not have had.
By The Dealer on 11 May 2017
A dry winter is only one of the factors that could influence soil mineral nitrogen availability this spring and should be reflected in total N rate used writes Dr Joseph Lynch and John Spink, Teagasc.
By Andy Doyle on 11 May 2017
Teagasc and the IFA met this Friday to work out how to account for farmers' own labour in economic studies, with a plan for inclusion this year now ready for management approval.
By Thomas Hubert on 05 May 2017
Four additional Green Cert classes to start in the northwest
Four new part-time Green Cert classes are being planned by Teagasc for Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal in October 2017.
By Peter McCann on 06 May 2017
The Teagasc Authority has had to deal with a security breach relating to its payroll systems, the Irish Farmers Journal can exclusively reveal.
By Patrick Donohoe on 01 May 2017
Troubling times for beef production as dairy farming exceeds itself
A new Teagasc report has found that there are vast differences in the competitiveness of Irish beef and dairy systems compared to their EU and international counterparts.
By Amy Forde on 26 April 2017
Practically all of the fall in net profit per hectare was due to a drop in gross output, primarily driven by lower milk price.
By Aidan Brennan on 27 April 2017
In the long term, a free-trade deal between EU and UK will be needed for Irish exports.
By Paul Mooney on 27 April 2017
Teagasc and the Irish Farmers Journal will deliver the latest advice on cultivation/crop establishment systems on 28 June.
By James Maloney on 27 April 2017
Good week, bad week: winners and losers in farming this week
Find out who has a skip in their step and who is less than happy after the past week in agriculture.
By Caitríona Murphy on 14 April 2017
Teagasc issues forest fire warning for Easter holiday
Teagasc has issued a high fire risk (orange) warning for areas where fine fuels such as grass are present in proximity to forests over the coming Easter holiday.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 10 April 2017
Teagasc trials show that switching could cut methane production by the equivalent of 106,000 dairy cows.
By Peter Varley on 06 April 2017
The Dealer is scratching his head at the bill received by a farmer for taking part in a Teagasc-run knowledge transfer group.
By The Dealer on 06 April 2017
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