There’s been a lot of talk recently about all the technology that is coming online on Irish farms over the next few years
Calving season 2017 is drawing to a close and this year more farmers than ever are using Herdwatch for calf registration, with a significant overall increase in calf registrations through the app
Like many farms around the country, Farm life is hectic with many new arrivals putting added pressure on both the housing and slurry storage facilities.
Calving is in full swing at the minute with 22 cows calved and a Nitrates inspection in the middle of the hustle and bustle!
I farm at home with my father Billy, our farm is made up of 165 acres of mixed beef and tillage in Abbeyleix, County Laois.
I come from Labasheeda a West Clare village situated alongside the Shannon estuary. I farm alongside my father Gerard and
Calving season 2017 marked the third year that farmers can register calves through the Herdwatch app. The Herdwatch team project 250,000 calves will be registered through the app this year with over
I farm at home along with my Mam (Geraldine) and my Dad (Patsy). We own 96 acres and we lease a further 30 acres 4 miles from the home farm.