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UFU concerned about NI climate bill

Ulster Farmers’ Union deputy president David Brown has significant concerns about a Northern Ireland climate change bill which is currently making its way through Stormont.

Tom Arnold explains agriculture 2030 strategy

Tom Arnold describes how farmers are central to the delivery of the 2030 strategy for agriculture and how it has to be economically viable.

Suckler farming in the heart of dairy country

Adam Woods talks to Ben Ryall from Watergrasshill in Co Cork about his Fellfort pedigree Aberdeen Angus herd of 75 cows and what’s happening on his farm at the moment.

Katie Jane Cronin of Cronin’s Yard, Co Kerry

Katie Jane Cronin is a radio broadcaster and Gaeilgeoir from Co Kerry. She is also one of the Cronins of Cronin’s Yard. Cronin’s Yard is located at the foot of the MacGillycuddy Reeks and has long since been a point for accessing the eastern Reeks. Her ancestors have farmed there for generations and her father still farms there today, as well as running a tea rooms and camping site. She spoke to Anne O’Donoghue about Cronin’s Yard and her love of Irish. Full interview on this week’s Irish Country Living Podcast.

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