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Embrace FARM to hold remembrance service this Sunday
Barry Murphy
The special event on Sunday will also be livestreamed through the Embrace FARM website.
15 June 2022 News
Farm safety key as school's out for summer
School holidays have arrived and there are opportunities for a summer of farm work for many young people, but it is vital that farm safety is followed at all times.
15 June 2022 News
My Country Living: sheep, silage and picking stones
At the age of 10, Donnacha Boland from Co Wexford is already a keen sheep man, but he can turn his hand to many jobs on the farm. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
IFJ Junior letter: tips for safety on the farm
Young farmers from first to third class in Clonakilty wrote to the editor about farm safety.
15 June 2022 Letters
Stay safe with electricity this summer
ESB public safety manager Michael Murray is asking all farming families to remain vigilant around the farm.
15 June 2022 Farm safety
‘Think safety’ on farms this summer – Minister Heydon
As school holidays begin and the countryside gets busier over the summer months, farm safety should be foremost in everyone’s mind, says Minister Martin Heydon.
3 June 2022 News
Ten tips for harvesting first-cut silage
As silage season moves into full swing, Kieran Mailey outlines some tips to harvesting first-cut silage.
1 June 2022 Northern Ireland
June and July ‘most dangerous’ time of year for farmers – Heydon
Minister of State Martin Heydon has urged farmers to be mindful of farm safety during the silage season.
1 June 2022 News
Learn how to show cattle at Limousin society event
In preparation for show season, the Irish Limousin Cattle Society is holding a young members association event this Saturday 4 June in Co Meath.
31 May 2022 Pedigree
Farm safely – stay safe by staying clear of overhead electricity wires
Michael Murray, ESB Networks public safety manager, has some vital advice for farmers and contractors ahead of the busy silage season.
Farmer health and wellbeing training through live theatre
Assistant professor in Behavioural Science in Agriculture at UCD, Sinéad Flannery, said that farmers felt they were in a safe space to talk about their own emotional and real-life situations.
18 May 2022 News
Farm safety training through live theatre saw 'phenomenal' response
Assistant professor in Behavioural Science in Agriculture at UCD, Sinéad Flannery, said that farmers felt they were in a safe space to talk about their own emotional and real-life situations.
16 May 2022 News