“We just had to improvise, adapt and overcome.”
Sarah McIntosh
Teagasc Walsh Scholar Mark Kearney is in the final year of completing a PhD on evaluating sustainable beef farming in Ireland, writes Sarah McIntosh.
22 February 2023 Careers
Careers in Crops - part 2
In the second week of our Careers in Crops series, Sarah McIntosh speaks with individuals working in crop consultancy, trading and independent merchants.
8 February 2023 News
The benefits of a PhD in genetic research
Conway festival gold medal winner John Francis O’Grady speaks with Sarah McIntosh about his progressive genetic research.
Physio: Time to rethink manual handling?
Are we lifting all wrong? Is it time to rethink manual handling? writes physiotherapist Stephen O’Rourke.
8 February 2023 Features
Ongoing research to find a path to more female farm ownership
PhD candidate in the University of Limerick Mary Curtin and her supervisors Dr Caroline Murphy, Dr Una Woods and Prof Christine Cross, are examining female farm ownership.
1 February 2023 Careers
Katherine's Country: back to the basics of calf rearing
The calf rearing season is almost upon us. It is important to be prepared and in the right mind-set, writes Katherine O’Leary.
18 January 2023 Katherine O'Leary
OSI head of sustainability beefing up the meat debate
Only with capability does one rise to become Operations Director and EU Head of Sustainability in OSI, one of the world’s largest privately owned meat companies. Amii McKeever meets Claire Donoghue
9 November 2022 Features