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Annual Dairy Conference 2018

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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.

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Posted on Thursday, 2 November 2017  |  By Irish Grassland Association

Dairy Summer Tour 8am sharp 25th July Kilkenny

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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

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Posted on Tuesday, 4 April 2017  |  By Irish Grassland Association

Sheep Conference & Farm Walk 11th May at 9.30 am Westmeath

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Achieving high output from a grass based system in Co. Westmeath

IGA sheep conference and farm walk

 

The Irish grassland Association Sheep Conference and Farm Walk kindly sponsored by Mullinahone Co-Op and MSD Animal Health takes place on the 11th May at 9.30 a.m. in the Bloomfield House Hotel in Mullingar. The conference will take place in the morning followed by a farm walk on the farm of John Bell Castletowngeoghan, Co. Westmeath.

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Posted on Tuesday, 4 April 2017  |  By Irish Grassland Association

IGA Dairy Conference 2013

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Ensuring maximum production from cultivars sown on farm

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Posted on Sunday, 6 January 2013  |  By Irish Grassland Association

IGA Making Good Quality Silage - Cavan & Mayo

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The winter of 2012/13 has clearly highlighted the importance of silage feed quality. The poor harvesting conditions during 2012 and rising concentrate prices has clearly shown that good quality grass silage is very valuable on farm.

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Posted on Friday, 1 March 2013  |  By Irish Grassland Association

IGA Beef Conference and Farm Walk

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This year’s Irish Grassland Association Beef Conference and Farm Walk “Healthy Soils, Healthy Cattle, Healthy Profit” sponsored by Dawn meats and Interchem will take place on Tuesday 18th of June.

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Posted on Tuesday, 18 June 2013  |  By Irish Grassland Association

IGA Dairy Conference Athlone & Cork

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The Irish Grassland Association are inviting all dairy farmers and dairy industry stakeholders who have an interest in the growth and prosperity of the dairy industry over the imminent phase of quota abolition to one of their two dairy Conferences sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health....

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Posted on Tuesday, 10 January 2012  |  By Irish Grassland Association

IGA Reseeding Event Roadshow MAYO

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Reseeding is a key component to increasing meat and milk production from grazed grass.

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Posted on Wednesday, 4 April 2012  |  By Irish Grassland Association

Sheep Conference & Farm Walk Co. Westmeath

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The run up to this year’s Irish Grassland Association Sheep Conference and Farm Walk saw the topic of weather frequently enter planning discussions.

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Posted on Tuesday, 22 May 2012  |  By Irish Grassland Association

Dairy Summer Tour West Cork

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The Irish Grassland Dairy Summer Tour sponsored by AIB went to West Cork on 26th July.

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Posted on Thursday, 26 July 2012  |  By Irish Grassland Association

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