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David Wright reports from a joint IFA-UFU event on cross-border rural crime held in Emyvale, Co Monaghan.

Dublin hurley maker Seosamh Breathnach, who was demonstrating his craft at Agri Aware's Open Farm 2019, tells Katriona Kinsella why he won't buy special offer vegetables for the Irish farmer to receive a fair price for their produce.

Niall Hurson speaks with Oisin Geoghegan one of the main organisers of the Student Enterprise Programme at the National Final in Croke Park 3 May. We also hear from some of the finalists and the businesses they came up with.

Winston Pierce from Donard, Co Wicklow sold his sheepodog Scott for €1,350 at the Blessington Sale of Working Dogs. Katriona Kinsella speaks to Winston about breeding Scott and Tom Laurence who bought Scott.

Also at the Blessington sale, Esther Lambe-Lam reads the microchips in the dogs before they are sold.

UCD livestock nutrition lecturer Dr Karina Pierce tells Thomas Hubert why over-feeding protein to cattle is bad for the environment and farm profitability.

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