Gary Abbott recently spent some time with the 37m3 Krone MX 370 GL forage wagon to see how it performed
Grass quality has improved greatly over the last week as the farm received an ideal amount of rain.
Martin Corrigan farms with his father Kevin just outside Belcoo, Co Fermanagh. They run a herd of 27 Simmental cross cows with the farm undergoing some major changes over the past three years.
In today's episode the Irish Farmers Journal's Lorcan Allen speaks to Paul Crosson, John Finn and Sinead Waters on ‘Sustainable Beef Production - Where policy meets practice’. The team also look at what's happening around sustainability on the BRIDE Project in East Cork, in Co. Kilkenny with Teagasc's Catherine Keena. The team also visit Tully Farm in Co. Kildare.
John Egerton stopped breeding his spring-calving cows after seven weeks.
Dairylink Ireland participant Stephen Wallace farms near Seaforde, Co Down.
Adam Woods, Beef & Suckler Editor with the Irish Farmers Journal is joined by Donall Fahy, Bernadette Earley and Alan Dillon from Teagasc who focus on the Grange dairy calf-to-beef system study and the key components that are helping achieve high performance. Adam also pays a visit to Tipperary dairy calf to beef farmer J.P Hammersley to take a look at his system of farming.
Adam Woods, Beef & Suckler Editor with the Irish Farmers Journal is joined by Michael McManus, Bernadette Earley and Alan Twomey from Teagasc. Focusing on the Derrypatrick Herd at the Teagasc Animal and Grassland, Research and Innovation centre, in Grange County Meath, this episode of Beef Talk will look at how it achieves its breeding targets of 100% AI and a very compact calving.
Beef editor Adam Woods speaks to Tullamore Farm manager Shaun Diver about what’s been happening on Tullamore farm over the last few weeks