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Tommy Moyles
Tommy Moyles


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Tommy Moyles runs a suckler to beef herd at Ardfield, Clonakilty, Co Cork.

Unsung hero: the farmer who milked 11 herds in one day by donating his generator
Tommy Moyles spoke to farmers in Cork who still have no power, five days after Storm Ophelia.
By Tommy Moyles on 21 October 2017
Tommy Moyles spoke to farmers in west Cork in the aftermath of ex-hurricane Ophelia.
By Tommy Moyles on 19 October 2017
Bandon Mart held its 60th anniversary sale in this week. Tommy Moyles reports.
By Tommy Moyles on 12 October 2017
Bandon Mart held its 60th anniversary sale on Monday, with a strong trade for store cattle.
By Tommy Moyles on 10 October 2017
Aside from an unusual case of photosensitivity, Tommy Moyles takes us on a history lesson on how events in the 1600s are not so different to now.
By Tommy Moyles on 12 October 2017
Tommy Moyles talks to Dunquin native Dáithí de Mórdha about the challenges of sustaining a vibrant rural community.
By Tommy Moyles on 10 October 2017
Tommy Moyles reports on the trade for the 400 bulls on offer at the Cork mart.
By Tommy Moyles on 08 October 2017
Kanturk Mart was kept busy with almost 1,000 cattle on offer across all classes on Tuesday. Tommy Moyles reports
By Tommy Moyles on 04 October 2017
Tommy Moyles reports from Monday's sale in Bandon Mart, where there was exceptional quality on show.
By Tommy Moyles on 02 October 2017
A tough trade for scotch lambs had a knock on effect at the Kerry Blackface Sheep Breeders’ Association annual ram show and sale in Milltown.
By Tommy Moyles on 01 October 2017
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