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FREE Grazing Infrastructure Event 25th April

FREE Grazing Infrastructure Event 25th April

Towards the end of 2017 the Irish Grassland Association completed a short member survey asking what events they would most like to see for the coming year, following the feedback received it was decided to run an event focused on grazing infrastructure.

Beef Conf & Farm Walk Review 2018

Beef Conf & Farm Walk Review 2018

The Irish Grassland Association Beef conference took place on Thursday May 24th in the Clonard Court Hotel, Dublin Road, Athy, Co. Kildare. This year the conference focused on three areas:
-Maximising grass growth on beef farms.
-What the science of breeding can do to increase the chances of genetic gain in the Beef herd .
-Beef producers –connecting with the final consumer.

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Reseeding event 17th May Tipperary – FREE ADMISSION

Reseeding event 17th May Tipperary – FREE ADMISSION

 


Reseeding event previewAs part of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Year of Sustainable Grassland initiative, the Irish Grassland Association are organising a free admission Reseeding Demonstration event for members on Wednesday 17th May.  The aim of this event will be to promote the benefits of reseeding and best practice procedures that farmers can follow to achieve better yields from their grassland.  The Irish Seed Trade Association are kindly sponsoring the event and it will be held on the farm of Donald and Lucy Bateman, Ballylooby, Cahir, Co Tipperary.


GPS: 52.325028, -7.991368

Beef Conference & Farm Walk 21st June Meath

Beef Conference & Farm Walk 21st June Meath

Focus on grass drives profits in Meath


HEADFORT ARMS HOTEL KELLS. REGISTRATION 9.45am.


 


Irish Grassland Association Beef Conference & Farm Walk


 


The Halpin farm is made up 62Ha of predominantly free-draining land in Roberstown, Carlanstown, Co. Meath. The farm is in permanent grassland and is situated in one block.   
Tom took over the running of the farm from his late father, Tom senior, in the mid 1990’s. Tom’s mother Brigid still lives on the farm and takes an active interest in the daily activities. Tom’s wife Anne, and their three children Matthew (20), Laura (17) and Claire (14), are also involved in the day-to-day activities on the farm. 

IGA Beef Conference April 27th 2016

IGA Beef Conference April 27th 2016

The 2016 IGA Beef Conference was held in the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Limerick on Wednesday April 27th. A highlight of the day was an address from award winning Welsh farmer Glasnant Morgan. The conference also featured presentations on grassland management, breeding, financial management and plans for the development of the Pallaskenry College suckler herd. 

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