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Andrew Cromie

Watch: dairy crosses not the answer for suckler herd
The goal, according to the ICBF, is for farmers to be in a position to be able to select top performing replacements from within the suckler herd.
By Darren Carty on 21 May 2017
The Limousin Internataionl congress is taking place in Ireland this week, with Sunday's speakers focusing on increased profit and climate efficiency from current and future genetic techniques.
By Kate Donohue on 22 August 2016
The Dealer is hearing reports of who might be in the frame to take over as the boss of Munster AI.
By The Dealer on 10 December 2015
Farmers Journal weekly podcast: Deadlines for payments applications
Ahead of Friday's deadline for BPS and BDGP applications, we round up experts for last minute advice - and we hear from the farmer facing €144,000 in tax to transfer his co-op shares to his children.
By Thomas Hubert on 27 May 2015
Alan Kelly looks at the negative impact of poor milk yield and discusses options for getting milk back into suckler cows.
By Contributor on 02 April 2015
About one in every 50 births on Irish cattle farms results in a set of twins, while one in every 333 calvings results in triplets.
By Pat O'Keeffe on 05 February 2015
Ireland's AI companies are seeking beef and dairy industry support before they commit to investing in making sexed semen available here.
By Jack Kennedy on 12 December 2013
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