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  • @Teagasc
    Sign up for news and events from Teagasc’s PR Department covering research, advice and education.
  • @teagascforestry
    The Forestry Development Department provides advice, training and research on farm forestry and related matters.
  • @cbteagasc
    Teagasc’s Science Writer/Editor on the latest news and events in agri-food research
  • @TeagascCrops
    Follow our Teagasc Tillage Specialists tweeting on all arable issues, cereals, cultivations, ag chemical usage etc
  • @TeagascEnviron
    Teagasc Environment Specialists tweeting on sustainable farming and the environment in Ireland.
  • @PastureBase
    Teagascs' PastureBase Ireland is a web based grassland management decision support tool and database

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  • Teagasc
    Follow Teagasc on Facebook to contact us and to receive updates on Teagasc news, events and photographs
  • Teagasc Online Discussion Group
    An online friendly, supportive, group consisting of almost 6,000 farmers discussing and peer learning.  This group aims to help members gain knowledge, skills and expertise in a friendly and open environment and learn from the experiences of others, get help in finding solutions to on-farm problems, get support in trying out new ideas and to meet people with similar interests.
  • Teagasc Kildalton College
    Kildalton is the largest agricultural college in the country. It is a leading provider of training in Equine Studies, Machinery, Agriculture and Horticulture.
  • Teagasc Clonakilty College
    Clonakilty College is known locally as Darrara College, it has been involved in agriculture education for over 100 years.
  • Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture
    The College of Amenity Horticulture is located at the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin - this provides students with a unique training opportunity and our aim is to train students for employment in the amenity horticulture industry.
  • Teagasc Ballyhaise College
    Ballyhaise College is located 8km north of Cavan town on an estate of 220 hectares of grassland. It is a leading provider of training in Agriculture and Forestry.
  • Teagasc Sligo/Leitrim/Donegal
    This Regional Unit has seventeen staff based at six different offices providing advice and training to farmers in the region.
  • Teagasc's Forestry Development Department
    The Forestry Development Department provides advice, training and research on farm forestry and related matters.

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