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Farmers and immunity with Professor Luke O'Neill

Professor Luke O’Neill talks to Anne O’Donoghue about farmers’ immune systems and the importance of influential teachers.

UK cattle exports dilemma

Irish pedigree breeders could be saying goodbye to UK buyers at spring 2021 premier sales under new rules that apply since Brexit. Adam Woods spoke to Irish Farmers Journal pedigree editor Shane Murphy to find out more.

Irish tug of war legend and tillage farmer James Kehoe

A very modest James Kehoe speaks to Katriona Kinsella about being nominated for the World Games Greatest Athlete of All Time. The Wexford man is a tillage farmer and has been pulling tug of war for over 40 years, where he has secured numerous national and international titles.

Blackgrass and the threat to the tillage industry

Stephen Robb is join by Jimmy Staples to discuss the tillage wee blackgrass and why it’s a growing threat to the tillage industry.

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