Low female turnout at ASA conference and banquet
Anne Finnegan
With relatively few women in attendance at the foremost industry networking event of the year, the ASA should strive for greater female participation.
14 September 2022 Viewpoints
Dempsey at Large: a lot to be learned from NZ position on methane
The New Zealand government's treatment of methane in relation to climate targets should serve as a model for Irish policymakers.
14 September 2022 News
Quotable quotes from ASA 2022
Science at the forefront of agricultural sustainability was the conference theme.
Just one quarter of dairy farmers using protected urea
Sales of protected urea increased by 47%, but remain at extremely low levels in terms of overall nitrogen usage.
12 September 2022 News
Government will offer assurance to farmers on budget day – Coveney
The Government will send a signal to farmers that they will be supported on budget day, the Minister for Foreign Affairs suggested.
8 September 2022 News
Methane vaccine could be farming's 'holy grail', claims Kerry scientist Roche
The chief science adviser at New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries will address this week's ASA conference.
6 September 2022 News
Annual ASA conference set for Kilkenny return
The annual conference is back for the first time since 2019 and will take place in the Lyrath Hotel in Kilkenny.
5 September 2022 News
Dairy cow numbers ‘similar’ level to 1984 – ASA
A leading agricultural scientist has highlighted CSO and EPA data which shows that Irish dairy cow numbers and farm emissions have not increased majorly.
8 August 2022 News