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Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Dairy Summer Tour

Dairy Summer Tour

Dairy Summer TourFocus on high profit and high return dairying


The Irish Grasslands Dairy Summer Tour focused on high profit and high return on investment milk production when it visited two grass based dairy farms at Shinagh Dairy Farm and Rearour, Aherla.  The event, sponsored by AIB Bank, took place on Tuesday July 24th.  The major focus of this year’s event is achieving a high whole farm profit and converting a leased farm to milk production to achieve a high return on investment.  Maximising the use of grazed grass in the cows’ diet featured prominently on both farms.

Annual Dairy Conference 2018

Annual Dairy Conference 2018

The 2018 Irish Grassland Association Annual Dairy Conference sponsored by Yara takes place at 9am on Wednesday 17th January. Moving to the south west of the country, the Charleville Park Hotel plays host to this year’s Conference. The event addresses the twin themes of managing labour and resetting financial and physical targets on Irish dairy farms.

Valuable insights at this year’s sheep event

Valuable insights at this year’s sheep event

Ronan Delany gives his views on the IGA sheep conference and farm walk.


The Irish Grassland Association held its annual sheep conference and farm walk in Mullingar on the 11th May 2017. The day started with a highly informative conference in the Bloomfield Hotel, Mullingar. Delegates arrived on time in glorious sunshine and the day’s events improved from there.

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

Beef Conference & Farm Walk June 21st

IGA Dairy Summer Tour 2017 AgriMatters

IGA Dairy Summer Tour 2017 AgriMatters

This year’s Irish Grasslands Dairy Summer Tour, sponsored by AIB Bank focused on milk production on leased land visiting grass based dairy farms in Skeaghvasteen, Co. Kilkenny and Tullow, Co. Carlow on Tuesday July 25th. With stocking rate increasing by approximately 10% since quota removal and one third of dairy farmers renting an estimated 30% of the land they farm, leasing land to increase milk production was the focus of this year’s event. The topic attracted a record audience - over 600 dairy farmers from around the country attended the event.

Sheep Conference and Farm Walk 2017

Sheep Conference and Farm Walk 2017

Sheep Conference and Farm Walk 2017

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

Dairy Summer Tour 8am sharp 25th July Kilkenny

Dairy Summer Tour 8am sharp 25th July Kilkenny

Milk production on leased land


The Irish Grassland Association Dairy Summer Tour focuses on milk production on leased land when it visits two grass based dairy farms in Kilkenny and Grange, Carlow.  The event, sponsored by AIB Bank, takes place on Tuesday July 25th at 8am sharp. The major focus of this year’s event will be on producing milk on a part leased or fully leased milking platform.  Maximising the use of grazed grass in the cows’ diet will feature prominently on both farms.


Dairy Event July Kilkenny

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. 

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