Introducing the Herdwatch Roadshow

Coming to a town near you...

We're delighted to announce that the Herdwatch team will be on the road hosting Herdwatch workshops across Ireland throughout the upcoming summer months. The workshops

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How to run a report in Herdwatch

So you have been using Herdwatch to record your compliance events and now you have an audit coming up. Well the good news is the hard bit is over!

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Meet Herdwatch at the Balmoral Show 2019

The renowned Balmoral Show is Northern Ireland's largest agricultural event. The show runs over 4 days at the Eikon Exhibition Centre between the 15th May to the 18th May 2019. Balmoral show has

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Join the Herd- We are hiring!

Job Title: Member Experience Specialist

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Make the blue book redundant with Herdwatch

Brian Reidy and his father Pat run a suckler-to-weanling enterprise on 80ac of land in Ballylooby, Co. Tipperary.

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Bord Bia SBLAS - Questions and Answers

What is the Bord Bia SBLAS ?

The Sustainable Beef and Lamb Assurance Scheme which is also known as SBLAS is run by Bord Bia. The idea of Bord Bia SBLAS consists of setting out the agreed standards
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Get Red Tractor Assessment Ready

What is The Red Tractor Scheme?

The Red Tractor is a food assurance scheme that inspects production standards on safety, hygiene, animal welfare and food production. The scheme was first put in

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Cornwall farmer secures beef contract complimentary of Herdwatch

Jessica Jeans is a suckler and beef farmer from Cornwall, England. Jessica has a degree in rural business management. In partnership with her husband Will, they run a 300-acre National Trust farm

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Calf Care - Best Practice Tips for Good Health & Welfare

From the middle of March to early April is the time when calves are at the highest risk of developing health problems. It is during this time that calves are at peak, which puts everything on the

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Top Marks in the Bord Bia Audit courtesy of Herdwatch

It's a family affair in Killnaboy, Co. Clare where Brian and Teresa Kelly farm alongside Brian's dad Timothy and mother Mary.

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