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Young Stock Podcast: dairy farming, the future and hurling with Marcus O’Halloran
Amy Forde
On this week’s Young Stock Podcast, Amy Forde talks to young dairy and beef farmer and Agri Aware chair Marcus O'Halloran.
8 June 2022 News
Bloom crowds in sunshine and rain
The Bord Bia Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park attracted visitors from North and South, city and country but all were very happy with the show.
3 June 2022 News
Weekly podcast: CAP funding, Sinn Féin farming vote and deer issues
Should farmers be paid more through CAP and does the EU want livestock farming to reduce? More farmers say they’d now vote for Sinn Féin and deer are causing havoc on farms in Galway.
Patrons see sheep shearing and milking demos at Bloom
Bord Bia has said that around 14,000 passed through the gates of Bloom at lunchtime today with a total attendance of 17,569 by close of play.
2 June 2022 News
Incredible Edibles diary: Dromagh NS Junior Infants to Second Class plant seeds
Ms Edel Shehan's class in Co Cork tells us about how they have been getting busy in the school garden while following Task Three in the Incredible Edibles programme
27 April 2022 Education
Incredible Edibles diary: Our Lady of Lourdes first class is school of the week
Ms Clifford’s class in Co Limerick tell us about how they approached Task Two of Agri Aware's Incredible Edibles programme.
6 April 2022 Education
Incredible Edibles Diary: St Lachteen’s National School examines lunchboxes
Mrs Deirdre McCarthy's class, based in Donoughmore, Co Cork, are digging into Agri Aware's Incredible Edibles programme with tasty results
23 March 2022 Education
Tullamore Farm opens its gates to Agri Aware walk and talk
Niamh Gunn was on Tullamore Farm this week where almost 500 secondary school students attended the Agri Aware farm walk and talk event.
12 March 2022 News
Incredible Edibles Diary: Our Lady of Mercy students dig into task two
Ms Una Fitzpatrick’s 1st Class, from Our Lady of Mercy Primary School in Co Sligo, are the first to feature in Agri Aware's Incredible Edibles diary.
9 March 2022 Education
Students believe there will be more women farming in next five years
Only 72% of the students participating in an Agri Aware survey believed farming was a male-dominated profession and 27% perceived it as evenly represented.
9 March 2022 News
Weekly podcast: cattle trade, rural crime and pig crisis
The cattle trade, rural crime, the pig crisis, a young stockperson and mica-affected farm buildings all feature in this week's podcast.
17 February 2022 News
Agri Aware Farm Talk and Walk returns as in-person event
The Farm Walk and Talk series returns to give students a practical insight into agricultural practices, writes Ilka Denker.
16 February 2022 News