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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
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
Grain skinning has become a very serious issue for malting barley growers and it seems to be caused by weaknesses in the cement layer which adheres it to the germ inside.
By Andy Doyle on 23 March 2017
Fungus resistance, genetic resistance and the challenges of new active availability will be among the topics discussed at next week’s Teagasc conference.
By Andy Doyle on 16 March 2017
Pig farmers are to be given the opportunity to put their names on a list which will inform local advisers that slurry is accessible locally.
By Andy Doyle on 09 March 2017
Serious investment in grass breeding is already ongoing in Ireland Jack Kennedy reports
By Jack Kennedy on 09 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
Teagasc is on the hunt in France for some nice shapely red heads to bring home to Ireland.
By The Dealer on 16 February 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
UCD students are getting burgers and a tip for their time as part of a beef study.
By The Dealer on 09 February 2017
The issue of pensions in Teagasc has been growing for some time. The Dealer takes a look.
By The Dealer on 02 February 2017
Out of 198 people that applied for temporary positions in Teagasc last year, 37 were successful.
By Laura Roddy on 01 February 2017
Abortion and lambing hygiene were high on the agenda at Teagasc's sheep conference this week.
By Darren Carty on 02 February 2017
Newford Farm in Athenry is gearing up for a busy period with calving due to commence this weekend.
By Darren Carty on 02 February 2017
See below your guide to what's happening in the farming community around the country this week.
By Eleanor McBennett on 05 January 2017
Smart technology being developed by Teagasc could save barley and potato growers money on pesticides.
By Caitriona Murphy on 02 January 2017
Dr John Colreavy will lead the new industry body set up to develop research and innovation in meat processing.
By Thomas Hubert on 19 December 2016
In between Dáil debates on rent, Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed found time to announce funding for research projects in the agri-food sector.
By Odile Evans on 15 December 2016
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