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William Conlon speaks with Alan Twomey from Teagasc about Jersey genetics and the role they play in finishing at the DairyBEEF 2019 open day.
Co Offaly calf to beef farmer John Dunne tells Thomas Hubert the beef assistance announced by the EU and the Government should target family farms.
Odile Evans meets European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan in Kilkenny to launch a new agri tech hub.
Odile Evans speaks to Clare Hughes, one of the founders of Telenostic Vision at the agri tech conference in Kilkenny.
IFA environment chair Thomas Cooney speaks to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan at an IFA meeting on the review of the nitrates derogation in Macroom.
Agricultural advisor and president of Agricultural Consultants Association Owen O'Driscoll speaks to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan about the importance of retaining the nitrates derogation.
Amy Forde speaks to Colin Kelly of Ornua about supply, demand and milk price.
Chief executive of the National Dairy Council Zoe Kavanagh speaks to Odile Evans about the challenges facing dairy and what she could do with the extra €2m not currently paid through the voluntary dairy levy.
Stephen Robb talks to Donegal From the Tramlines farmer David Moody about the performance of his crops so far this season.
Niall Hurson speaks with Pat Neville of Coillte about forest fires and combating them with the use of drone technology.
British Wool chief executive Joe Farren tells Peter McCann how the US-China trade war has impacted the wool market.
William Conlon discussed the Sustainable Agricultural Strategy for Mayo with Councillor Michael Holmes who was instrumental in getting the report completed.
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