Weekly podcast: cattle trade, rural crime and pig crisis
Barry Murphy
The cattle trade, rural crime, the pig crisis, a young stockperson and mica-affected farm buildings all feature in this week's podcast.
27 January 2022 News
Uncontrolled pets can decimate a flock in minutes - Minister
Up to 4,000 sheep are killed or injured by dogs each year, Minister McConalogue has said.
26 January 2022 News
Gardaí open investigation into Wicklow machinery shed blaze
The incident happened in the Ashford area in the early hours of Friday morning.
Information sought on stolen quad in Cork
The quad was stolen from a secure yard between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
24 January 2022 News
Stray dogs cause havoc for Cavan sheep farmers
A spate of sheep worrying incidents in east Cavan have seen sheep killed and wounded, as the full impact of worrying on in-lamb flocks has yet to be seen by the farmers affected.
15 January 2022 News
Gardaí have ‘strong leads’ in Offaly farm arson attack
The Clonbollogue and Edenderry communities have supported the O’Neill family and gardaí in their search for the farm arson attack culprits.
12 January 2022 News
‘About €8,000’ worth of farm equipment stolen from Mayo farm
A Mayo farmer discovered that penning, a weighing scales and a trailer were missing from his yard in the early hours of the morning.
11 January 2022 News
Sheep injured in two separate dog attacks in Wexford
Wexford IFA’s sheep chair calls for heavier penalties for roaming dogs after two separate incidents of dog attacks on sheep.
8 January 2022 News