The theme for this year's International Women's Day is #EachforEqual.
We celebrate women's achievements and help challenge stereotypes.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we profile 10 women who are taking Instagram by storm to promote Irish agriculture.
1. Joanne Devaney
Sligo woman and sheep farmer Joanne Devaney has a personal best record for shearing 213 sheep in one day.
You can be sure Joanne's Instagram account will be full of activity come this summer when the sheep enthusiast will be heading off on the shearing circuit.
2. Alison Daly
Meath native Alison Daly works alongside her father on their dairy and sheep farm in Clonard.
Alison's Instagram account positively promotes Irish agriculture and will take you through the daily happenings on her Meath farm.
3. Emma McCormack
Twenty-three-year-old farming enthusiast Emma has a keen interest in all things agriculture.
Hailing from a beef and sheep farm in Westmeath, you can also find her working on a neighbouring dairy enterprise.
4. Hazel Mullins
If you have any interest in the veterinary world, then you need to head over to Instagram and follow Cork vet Hazel Mullins.
Hazel's Instagram account has everything from farming to fashion, to calving and case studies.
5. Maighread Barron
Since finishing a dairy business degree in UCD, Waterford dairy farmer Maighread Barron has leased her own farm in the Déise.
Maighread's Instagram account documents the highs and lows of running her business.
Keep an eye out for the second part of this article later on Sunday.
Happy International Women's Day to all our readers and followers.
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