Producing free-range eggs in the heart of the Garden of Ireland
Caitríona Bolger
Wicklow IFA poultry officer Lynda Douglas explains what it is like to be farming in the Garden of Ireland. In conversation with Caitríona Bolger.
14 December 2022 Careers
Agri Careers: Leading as a female butcher
Ciara Flavin, the first female graduate to complete the National Craft butchers of Ireland apprenticeship, is now managing her father’s butcher shop, writes Sarah McIntosh.
30 November 2022 Features
Legal: when is it worth doing the Green Cert?
When is it worth doing the Green Cert; and when is it not? Agri-solicitor Aisling Meehan writes.
Weekly Podcast: Budget 2023, rural crime and TB changes
Listen in to this week’s news podcast for all you need to know about what Budget 2023 means for farmers.
30 September 2022 News
Dave Moloney - Green Cert student experience
“My only regret is that I didn’t do it years ago” says Dave Moloney about the Teagasc part-time Level 6 specific purpose certificate in farming course he completed at Teagasc Macroom.
29 September 2022 Advertisers' anouncements
Demand soars for Green Cert courses
The number of women completing the Green Cert has seen an increase of 4%.
28 September 2022 News
Teagasc farm machinery simulators launched at Ploughing
Teagasc’s new farm machinery safety simulators will be rolled out for use by all Teagasc students.
20 September 2022 News