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No link between farming experience and students' level of risk
Rachel Donovan
Students who are working on a farm on a regular basis don't differ form those students who have no experience on farm.
23 November 2022 News
No association between farming experience and students' level of risk
Students who are working on a farm on a regular basis don't differ form those students who have no experience on farm.
21 November 2022 News
Woman dies while cutting timber in Kilkenny
The death of a woman occurred in Kilkenny over the weekend following what is understood to have been a falling branch.
Man dies following farm incident in Donegal
The incident occurred on a farm in Donegal on Sunday morning.
21 November 2022 News
Farmers need to look after their lungs
Lung health was among the topics discussed at a meeting of the NI Agri-Rural Health Forum.
16 November 2022 Northern Ireland
2021 sees number of fatal fatalities halve
Data on farming, forestry and fishing workplaces are combined in some aspects of the Health and Safety Authority’s reporting.
24 October 2022 News
Listeriosis, housing space and Tullamore farm heifer sale preview
Adam Woods takes a look at Listeriosis and avoiding incidences on your farm, lying space requirements and previes the upcoming Tullamore Farm heifer sale.
12 October 2022 Management
CAP plan receives seal of approval from cabinet
On Tuesday, the Government approved Ireland’s CAP Strategic Plan 2023-2027, which is worth almost €10bn to farmers.
4 October 2022 Schemes
HSA launches working from height safety campaign
Farm safety inspectors will remind farmers of the dangers associated with working at heights.
27 September 2022 News
Teagasc farm machinery simulators launched at Ploughing
Teagasc’s new farm machinery safety simulators will be rolled out for use by all Teagasc students.
20 September 2022 News
News round-up: protein crops and bracken
Weekly round-up of news from the farming industry in Northern Ireland.
14 September 2022 Northern Ireland
Complaints against vets jumped by 71% in 2021
The Veterinary Council of Ireland has conducted analysis of the complaints received in 2021 following the increase.
6 September 2022 News