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Weekly podcast: Varadkar at the IFA AGM and farmer fears over forestry
In this week's podcast, Leo Varadkar addressed the IFA AGM, careers specialist Anthony Jordan shares CAO advice and we hear from new Carbery chief executive Jason Hawkins.
By Michael Keaveny on 17 January 2018
Weekly podcast: Bord Bia on exports and fodder shortages in the west
Bord Bia reports a record breaking year for 2017, the IFA’s former secretary general Pat Smith, gives an exclusive interview and we look at fodder shortages Co Clare.
By Thomas Hubert on 12 January 2018
Weekly podcast: Young farmers on Brexit and Tullamore farm update
In this week's podcast we hear from young farmers and their thougths on Brexit, and beef specialist Adam Woods with his hopes for Tullamore Farm in 2018.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 03 January 2018
Weekly podcast: prison raising calves and New Year resolutions
In this week's podcast we hear from a prison raising calves for Bóthar, take a look at what the New Year will bring and take a look back and farm safety and women in agriculture.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 27 December 2017
Weekly podcast: CAP 2020, forestry contracts and 2018 milk prices
In this week's podcast we hear from Commissioner Hogan on the future of CAP, find out if Coillte has been dishonest with farmers and a milk price prediction for 2018.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 20 December 2017
Weekly podcast: fodder crisis, future weather and forgotten Christmas traditions
In this week's podcast we hear from Adam Woods at a fodder crisis meeting in Cavan, find out how Irish summers will look in 2050 and rediscover lost Christmas traditions.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 14 December 2017
Weekly podcast: solar, dairy markets and the future of agri exports
In this week's podcast we hear from a farmer who has switched to solar, Lakelands Dairies CEO with his thoughts on the future milk price and grain growers protest outside Guinness.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 06 December 2017
Weekly podcast: Young Farmer of the Year, CAP 2020 and labour shortage
In this week's podcast we hear from the Young Farmer of the Year, Phil Hogan on CAP 2020 and Zoe Kavanagh on vegans.
By Amy Forde on 06 December 2017
Weekly podcast: farm safety, the future of tillage and Lord Curry
In this week's podcast we hear from the HSA on farm safety, a report on the future of tillage and Lord Curry on Brexit.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 22 November 2017
Weekly podcast: Guinness brewery protest, Japanese prospects and Agritechnica
In this week's podcast, we hear from tillage farmers protesting at the Guinness Storehouse, assess Japan's potential for agri food exports and talk to machinery manufacturers at Agritechnica.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 November 2017
Weekly podcast: climate tax, Dairylink farm walks and literacy
In this week's podcast, we hear from the Citizens' Assembly, a farm safety advisor who doesn't mince his words, Minister Creed on Brexit and Mercosur and find out about adult literacy courses.
By Thomas Hubert on 08 November 2017
Weekly podcast: women in farm organisations, straw shortage, David McWilliams
In this week's podcast we look at lack of female representation, farmers face a straw shortage and David McWilliams gives his thoughts on stamp duty.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 01 November 2017
Weekly podcast: grain protest, unknown sires and Women & Ag
In this week's podcast, we join discussions on calf registrations, malting barley prices, Teagasc's accounts and women in agriculture.
By Thomas Hubert on 27 October 2017
Weekly podcast: recovering from storm Ophelia and more for spruce than barley
Farmers describe the devastation of Ophelia. Plus agricultural college open days and Brexit talk at the Anuga food fair.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 18 October 2017
Weekly podcast: Budget 2018, Bandon Mart and dairy fertility
In this week's podcast, we discuss the stamp duty confusion and other measures in the budget, visit Bandon Mart and the Anuga trade fair, and hear from the Nuffield conference.
By Thomas Hubert on 11 October 2017
Weekly podcast: Mercosur protest, weanling trade and zero-km dinner
In this week's podcast, we hear from farmers protesting against Mercosur trade concessions, Minister Creed at the Quality Milk Awards and livestock specialist Nathan Tuffy on the mart trade.
By Thomas Hubert on 04 October 2017
Weekly podcast: Mercosur, Dairygold's big investment and farmers' mental health
In this week's podcast: what to expect from the Mercosur deal , Dairygold bosses discuss the co-ops €86m Mallow investment, and Patrick Madigan of Bord na Móna explains increasing biomass imports.
By Anthony Jordan on 27 September 2017
Weekly podcast: Uganda's agricultural future and early risers at the ploughing
In this week's podcast, we hear from the early risers in this year's Ploughing, as well as an interview with the Ugandan minister for agriculture.
By Anthony Jordan on 20 September 2017
Weekly podcast: Varadkar on farming's challenges and IFA liquid milk protest
In this week's podcast, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar discusses the main threats to agriculture at the moment and we hear from the IFA's protest against low retail milk prices.
By Anthony Jordan on 30 August 2017
Weekly podcast: Minister on delayed energy scheme and the all female silage crew
In this week's podcast, Denis Naughten spoke with Thomas Hubert at the Energy in Agriculture conference and the Grass Gals' world record attempt.
By Anthony Jordan on 23 August 2017
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