‘Amicable’ settlement secured in Glanbia contaminated feed case
Barry Murphy
A case involving contaminated horse feed and the withdrawal of prominent race horses from French races in 2020 has reached a mediated settlement.
21 June 2023 Dealer
Putting money on horses
Principal of Gurteen Agricultural College Jon Parry expects an equine course to return to the college this September after a six-year absence.
31 May 2023 Dealer
No TAMS for 1hp tack
Kerry TD Michael Healy Ray quizzed Minister McConalogue on why there is an “absence of grant aid for farmers with the traditional working horse” in TAMS III in last week's parliamentary questions.
Only the US sells more bloodstock than Ireland
The Irish horse industry is an Irish success story, without exaggeration. There are over 10,000 directly engaged in the horse sector.
17 May 2023 Letters
Thoroughbred industry State funding is misunderstood
What fair-minded person could object if elderly billionaires’ champagne budgets were spent on Portakabins to shelter the street-clothes of young soccer players, left soaking in the pitch-side ditches?
3 May 2023 Viewpoints
Best foot forward
Christa Dillon takes time out from the farm to chat with Deirdre Seale about following in her father's footsteps and coming through the tough times
12 April 2023 News
Busy as a bee on Tykillen Farm
Tykillen Farm in Crossabeg, Co Wexford, is gearing up for a busy bee season.
12 April 2023 Footprint Farmers