Vaccinating in-calf heifers in Co Cork

Paul Keating and David Conroy giving Paul's in-calf heifers their first shot of salmonella vaccine at Scart, Kildorrery, Co Cork. \ Donal O'Leary

David Conroy and Paul Keating return Paul's in-calf heifers to the paddock after. \ Donal O'Leary

Claragh Bridge Vintage Show in Co Down

Maya and nine-year-old Ollie from Ballynahinch couldn't believe their eyes when they saw Rambo from Seaforde in the driver's seat of a restored 1947 International Harvester. \ Houston Green

Vintage enthusiasts Robbie McKee from Kilkeel and PJ O'Prey from Castlewellan look over the 200 tractors on display. \ Houston Green

The thresher and baler attracted a large audience. \ Houston Green

Part-time suckler farmer adds snails to repertoire in Co Cavan

Peter Monaghan on his snail and suckler farm in Co Cavan. \ Claire Nash

My Farming Week: Bawnmore, Clara, Co Kilkenny

Reggie and Geoffrey Brennan with their dog Leo. \ Patrick Browne

Tillage and beef farmer Geoffrey Brennan grows wheat, barley, oats and fodder beet.

Pictured are Reggie and Geoffrey Brennan from Kilmogar, Clara, Co Kilkenny. \ Patrick Browne

Bright ideas in Co Sligo

Clive Bright is using a regenerative farming method known as holistic planned grazing for his beef herd at Rare Ruminaire Farm, Ardsallagh, Co Sligo. \ James Connolly

A round up of some of the rest of the pictures from around the country

Jan Boons milking his herd of goats at Ballymacegan, Lorrha, Co Tipperary. Jan arrived in Ireland from his native Holland in 2000 after working on the organic home farm. He started out with 100 kid goats on 47 acres of land. Jan is now milking 200 goats who produce between 3 and 3.5 litres of milk per goat per day. The milk is supplied to Glenisk in Co Offaly to produce goats milk and goats yogurt. \ Odhran Ducie

The No. 85 Merlin steam train travels past bales of straw belonging to David Bolger, Killabeg, Ferns, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford. \ John Kehoe

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