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New correspondent Thomas Hubert meets Henry McLoughlin, one of many farmers who say their land on the Laois/Kildare border should have been included in the new ANC map.

Beef editor Adam Woods attended Agriscot in Edinburgh and he spoke to George Caldow, vet with the Scottish Agricultural College and Johne's expert about the disease and the Scottish programme to help improve Johne's status in Scottish beef and dairy herds.

Dairy editor Jack Kennedy speaks to Teagasc researcher Dr Stephen Butler about the latest sexed semen trials at the Teagasc national dairy conference.

Reporting from the massive Agromek show in Denmark, news correspondent Hannah Quinn-Mulligan meets three participants offering innovations to farmers:

  • Klaus Nielsen works for Stald, which makes self-heating and cooling water mattresses for cattle.
  • Vet Poul Baekbo explains that Danish vets have been banned from selling antibiotics to farmers for nearly 25 years.
  • Erik Fog, senior organic adviser with SEGES, discusses the use of clover as a protein crops.
  • Buildings reporter William Conlon sat down with Jamie Robertson of Livestock Management Systems in Aberdeen, Scotland to talk through the main issues he sees with Irish shed design

    Adam Woods speaks to Dublin footballer Kevin McManamon about his talk on mental health to 400 farmers in Granard Mart on Tuesday night.

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