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 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
Michael Slavin talks to Declan McArdle, Teagasc equine specialist and facilitator of a north east knowledge transfer equine group, about the programme and its benefits
By Contributor on 30 March 2017
We address some readers' queries following on from last week's article.
By Darren Carty on 23 March 2017
Teagasc will be filling positions on its national panel for Agricultural Development Officers at this year’s Agri Careers Fair.
By Laura Roddy on 22 March 2017
Serious investment in grass breeding is already ongoing in Ireland Jack Kennedy reports
By Jack Kennedy on 09 March 2017
Knowing the Costs of Production is essential to the viability and good planning of any equine breeding operation writes Teagasc Equine Specialist, Declan McArdle.
By Contributor on 23 March 2017
Global climate change restrictions could present Irish dairy farmers with an opportunity, according to a Teagasc economist.
By Jack Kennedy on 02 March 2017
The Tillage BETTER farm programme is to focus on precision farming, with attention to detail at its core, writes Teagasc crops specialist, Shay Phelan, who is leading the programme.
By Contributor on 02 March 2017
The Department has recently approved Teagasc’s request for 15 new temporary posts to meet acute demand for the Green Cert in some geographical locations.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 09 February 2017