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Farmers warned of UV sunlight cancer risks

Irish farmers have a three times higher cancer mortality than blue/white collar workers with UV sunlight skin cancer being a significant cause of this...

Agri-innovators invited to enter Innovation Arena Awards competition

Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Arena Awards 2021, in partnership with the National Ploughing Association (NPA), are now open for entries. Innovators and entrepreneurs in the agriculture...

Marts prepare to reopen to the public

“I very much welcome the return of buyers to the market ring, even though there will be a limited number,” said Sean O’Sullivan, CEO...

Nitrate found within tributaries of the River Bride

Evidence of nitrate has been found within three tributaries of the river Bride - that's according to the Bride Project WaterBlitz 2021. The European-wide citizen science initiative,...

How to build resilience in a pandemic

— Latest free webinar in AgDiF Masterclass series for Agri-food sector — Mastering change more effectively has been one...

How this Cork farmer uses Flogas LPG Instant Hot Water on...

David Sheehy and his son Darragh are well-established dairy farmers in Baltimore, Co. Cork. David inherited Highacres farm with its 8-unit milking parlour...

Clearer labelling and improved accessibility can aid the ‘Sustainability Switch’ for...

Over half of Irish consumers would like to follow a more sustainable diet (61.5%) and would be more likely to do so if clearer...

Corrin Mart Report

The very lively trade continued again this week in Corrin Mart. Numbers of cattle on offer were huge this...

Bord Bia encouraging people to just ‘add one more’

To mark the UN International Year of Fruit and Vegetables 2021 and the launch of its ‘Best in Season’ campaign, Bord Bia is encouraging...

‘Do It Yourself’ water testing on River Bride

By John Arnold The ancient spreading trees by the side of the River Bride near historic Aghern bridge afforded welcome shade for a group of...

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