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Teagasc was the largest corporate recipient of CAP money in 2016 at more than €6.6m. Here we take a closer look at where the funding went and what it was for.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 20 July 2017
Teagasc helps Ireland break into global top 10 for science
Irish animal and dairy research is among the best in the world, new scientific rankings reveal. Danielle Crowley reports.
By on 14 July 2017
More profitable farms can be more environmentally efficient according to a new report from Teagasc.
By Paul Mooney on 13 July 2017
The last Beef Health Check event on John Pringle’s farm focused on identifying the cause of the problem, treating it appropriately and then preventing it in the future.
By Darren Carty on 13 July 2017
Knowledge transfer was at its best at Teagasc Moorepark last week. The information just too valuable to ignore, writes Katherine O'Leary.
By Katherine O'Leary on 13 July 2017
Expansion to 300 cows wins ag student business plan award
Dairy farmer and Pallaskenry Agricultural College student Hugh Massey won a prize for his plan to increase stocking rates within farm resources, writes Ciara Brady.
By Contributor on 09 July 2017
Output per sow grows by over 120kg/year
The number of herds are down while the average herd size continues to grow, according to a report launched by Teagasc this week.
By William Conlon on 06 July 2017
Ireland can be AgTech leader – conference
The AgTech Symposium is bringing together leaders in farming and technology in Thurles.
By Peter Young on 05 July 2017
Jack Kennedy outlines the technical messages from this year's Moorepark open day.
By Jack Kennedy on 06 July 2017
Irish farmers have been warned that black grass is on the rise, a Teagasc report has outlined.
By Anthony Jordan on 05 July 2017
Aidan Brennan reports from the village section of the Moorepark open day.
By Aidan Brennan on 05 July 2017
Recommendations aimed at putting Horse Sport Ireland on sound and modern footing to secure viability of €700m sport horse sector.
By Contributor on 28 June 2017
Pork indulger or chicken chooser – what kind of meat eater are you?
There are six distinct types of meat eaters in Ireland, according to new research from Teagasc and UCC.
By Caitríona Murphy on 25 June 2017
Farmers at the Teagasc national sheep open day in Athenry hear that lambing rate and stocking rate are the main drivers of profitability on sheep farms.
By Barry Cassidy on 22 June 2017
What's On from Thursday, 22 June
What's on around the country this week including shows, farm walks, field evenings and stock judging
By Eleanor McBennett on 22 June 2017
Wide range of topics will be covered at event which runs from 11am on Wednesday.
By Paul Mooney on 22 June 2017
Pallaskenry Agricultural College is located 16km to the west of Limerick City adjacent to the picturesque Shannon Estuary on lush golden vale farmland, writes Barry Cassidy
By Barry Cassidy on 29 June 2017
Agri jobs: the latest job opportunities with Teagasc, HerdPlus and more
Job opportunities in the agricultural sector at the moment range from positions with Teagasc to general farm workers and milkers.
By William Conlon on 16 June 2017
Technical performance drives profitability on sheep farms
Teagasc Sheep Enterprise leader Micheal Diskin speaks about drivers of profitability and production, ahead of the Teagasc Technical Sheep Open Day on 21 June.
By Alison Sinnott on 14 June 2017
Ireland has one of the highest yield potentials in the world, particularly for cereal crops. The same climate that allows high yields also demands high levels of external inputs and associated costs.
By Contributor on 23 June 2017
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