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Odile Evans
Odile Evans

News Correspondent

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Odile completed her BAgrSci in UCD, specialising in Food and Agribusiness Management, in 2015. Originally from a dairy farm in Co. Wexford, she first joined the Journal team as a Leaving Certificate correspondent in 2010. She has previously held the roles of Vice President and National Treasurer of Macra na Feirme.

This is the third reported incident of sheep worrying in the Hawick area in the past two month, and the second for this farmer.
By Odile Evans on 16 November 2017
The dairy industry needs to prepare for radical change; with more volatility, less support and greater competition as a result of Brexit, according to a Dairy Hub panel at AgriScot.
By Odile Evans on 16 November 2017
Certain parts of Scotland have seen the wettest weather for 80 years, with rainfall over 170% of the normal average.
By Odile Evans on 16 November 2017
AHDB launches report on impact of Brexit in Scotland at AgriScot, showing the vulnerability of the sheep sector.
By Odile Evans on 16 November 2017
Problems with the IT system in recent years have prompted payments being distributed by loans. Approximately 12,000 farmers apply for LFASS payments annually.
By Odile Evans on 16 November 2017
We talk to Peter Campbell, a new entrant and trainee auctioneer, to see what the autumn statement means for him.
By Odile Evans on 16 November 2017
The Brexit referendum is taking its toll on the veterinary industry, with one in five saying that recruitment is harder.
By Odile Evans on 09 November 2017
Tools have been stolen from a farm in Coupar Angus, while bales were damaged in Caithness over recent weeks.
By Odile Evans on 09 November 2017
The news comes after Scottish Conservative MP’s wrote a joint letter to Michael Gove appealing for the issue to be addressed.
By Odile Evans on 09 November 2017
Over 70% of those offered the government's Basic Payment Scheme loan have opted in.
By Odile Evans on 09 November 2017
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