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Farmer health and wellbeing training through live theatre
Rachel Donovan
Assistant professor in Behavioural Science in Agriculture at UCD, Sinéad Flannery, said that farmers felt they were in a safe space to talk about their own emotional and real-life situations.
16 May 2022 News
Farm safety training through live theatre saw 'phenomenal' response
Assistant professor in Behavioural Science in Agriculture at UCD, Sinéad Flannery, said that farmers felt they were in a safe space to talk about their own emotional and real-life situations.
13 May 2022 Farm safety
New project aims to change attitudes to farm safety
A new project in Cork, Tipperary and Wexford aims to change attitudes to farm safety and provide supports for farmers and farm families.
Delay offers a chance to defuse veterinary medicines timebomb
Farmers, vets and merchants all have concerns around the National Veterinary Prescribing System that need to be allayed.
11 May 2022 Dealer
Farm safely: stay safe by staying clear of overhead electricity wires
ESB Networks public safety manager Michael Murray has some vital advice for farmers and contractors ahead of the busy silage season.
No stone left unturned on beef access to China - Heydon
The Irish Farmers Journal sat down with Minister of State Martin Heydon, who has responsibility for new market development and farm safety.
27 April 2022 News
One-to-one farm tragedy support EIP launched by Embrace FARM
The project has been funded by the Department under the EIP initiative.
27 April 2022 News
Keep farm safety to the fore this spring
As farmers look to combine field work with cattle management, keep safety in mind over the coming weeks.
26 April 2022 Management
Planners express Agri-Environmental Training Scheme application concerns
The requirement for farmers to log in to the AgFood portal to apply for the environmental training course will hamper participation, say advisers.
22 April 2022 News
Backchat: children visit the farm
Over the course of two days, 450 children from 11 schools got to visit the Teagasc Clonakilty Agricultural College
20 April 2022 Around the country
New farm safety project to ensure no farmer is left behind
"Too often, familiarity can lead to farmers becoming accustomed to risks on their farms," Minister of State Martin Heydon said.
15 April 2022 News
Arable April: time to showcase the best of the Irish tillage industry
Arable April is back and will show case the best of the Irish tillage industry.
8 April 2022 News